YOU can get free flights when booking a holiday next year, following the news of the vaccine.
Wendy Wu Tours, a UK tour operator, is now giving away free flights for 2021 and 2022 until December 14 after seeing a surge in bookings due to latest development.
Destinations include New Zealand, South America, Japan and Southeast Asia, with all flights from the UK.
To get the free flights, all you have to do is book a tour with them, with dates for 2021 or 2022.
They are also offering £99 deposits, so you won’t have to pay the full balance until six weeks before departure.
Tours include 13-day trips around New Zealand from £4,190pp or 21 days around Thailand, including a four-day cruise on the Mekong River, from £4,099pp.
Some of the biggest bargains are 14 days around China for £2,290pp or 17 days around Cambodia for £2,890pp.
All of the trips are fully inclusive of meals and hotel stay, ATOL protected and, with free flights as part of the deal, you can save up to £800pp.
Founder Wendy Wu said: “We have long believed that travel will recover with a considerable bounce back as soon as a vaccine was available.
“News now of the imminent vaccine rollout is proving this to be correct and is one major step in the right direction for the whole of the travel industry and a positive step for the entire world.”
She added that the company has seen a huge surge in demand, and are offering the free flights to encourage even more bookings.Wu goes on to say: “As we come out of lockdown, we have taken the unprecedented decision to offer more free worldwide flights to everyone when booking on one of flagship touring experiences.”
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