TUI is already selling holidays for winter 2020 meaning forward-planning families can book next year’s Christmas holiday.
They have even launched their summer 2021 holiday packages as well.
The tour operator has added 400,000 seats for their winter 2020-2021 schedule.
This includes 180,000 long-haul flights to destinations including Mexico, Barbados and Dominican Republic.
Short-haul flights to the Canary Islands and Egypt will also increase with more flights from Manchester, London Gatwick and Glasgow.
The extra flights are filling the gap left behind by Thomas Cook which collapsed earlier this year.
TUI said: “Hundreds of hotels will be available to choose from, including the Thomas Cook favourites recently added.”
TUI’s product and destination experience director Mark Hall added that booking in advance means “low deposits” as well as long “direct debit schemes”.
We found some great bargains for winter 2020.
A seven night all-inclusive holiday to Tunisia costs just £335 per person when travelling in December 2020.
TUI recently launched holidays to Sharm el-Sheikh following the end to the flight ban, with February 2020 holidays from £497 per person.
You could save hundreds of pounds on your winter holiday if you travel just a few days later.
EasyJet has just launched their autumn 2020 fares, starting from £30 to Europe.
We’ve rounded up the best summer holiday 2020 deals currently on offer.