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Turkey specialist offers more choice for travellers

Published: 25 August 2010

Turkey specialist operator Holidays 4U will offer Northern Irish passengers more choice on holidays to Turkey for summer 2011.

The non-Euro destination has proved extremely popular with local travellers over the past year and Holidays 4U has responded to the increase in demand by stepping in to offer Summer 2011 packages to Dalaman, with weekly flights available every Tuesday from 03 May to 25 October 2011 as well as a weekly Bodrum flight departing on Tuesdays from 24th May until 2nd August.
Joe Lavers, Sales & Marketing Director at Holidays 4U says “ There is a great market in Northern Ireland for Turkey holidays and as an independent operator we can offer a great choice of good value for money holidays in all the large, popular resorts as well as smaller, less commercialised areas.   There is also a good base of independent travel agents in Northern Ireland that customers can book our holidays and flights with as well as on our website – www.h4u.co.uk
 “Turkey is a wonderful holiday destination with glorious beaches, great weather and rich history and culture, and therefore it is no surprise that it is proving popular with travellers. We have great family deals departing from Belfast with self catering for a family of four - (2 adults 2 kids) from £871.  7 nights B&B offers from £276pp and All Inclusive offers from only £362pp.Prices include flights, accommodation, transfers and 15 kgs per person luggage allowance.  Make sure you book early to get the best deals!”

Uel Hoey, Belfast International Airport’s business development director added: “We are glad to see Holidays 4U stepping in and reacting to the demand for non-Euro holidays.  Turkey has always been popular from Belfast and with some great value for money offers available, it will remain an attractive destination for holidaymakers next summer.

Holidays can be booked through independent travel agents or online by visiting www.h4u.co.uk.

Photo courtesy Turkish Tourist Board

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