Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 25 October 2014

Falcon Holidays unveils summer sun programme for 2013

Falcon girl Ciara McStravick is looking forward to some splashing fun in summer sun as she says goodbye to the unpredictable Northern Irish weather and books a holiday from the brand new Falcon Holidays Summer Sun 2013 programme.

Falcon Holidays has announced new destinations for 2013.

The tour firm is adding new direct flights from Belfast International to Sharm El Sheikh in the Red Sea Riviera and from City of Derry to Lanzarote for next summer.

General Manager Carol Anne O’Neill said: “Falcon Holidays’ exclusive Holiday Villages and SplashWorld resorts remain firm family favourites and many of our properties include free Falcon Kids Clubs or on site entertainment. We are constantly reviewing what our customers are looking for and have introduced a new Pirates Village holiday concept in Majorca, only available to Falcon customers. We have also added new direct flights from Belfast to the Red Sea Riviera and from City of Derry to Lanzarote,” said Carol Anne.

“Cruise holidays are also available within the summer ’13 programme with Thomson or Island Cruises. Various itineraries are available with departures from Northern Ireland, meaning that there are even more holiday options for Northern Irish holidaymakers to choose from.” she said.

“Our exclusive early booking offers include free places for children, grandparents and groups, no underoccupancy for couples, savings for one parent families and free room and board upgrades to help make holidays affordable for everyone. Falcon also offers the facility for holidaymakers to pay for their holiday in stages with the final balance due 12 weeks before departure,” she added.

The summer 2013 programme from Falcon Holidays runs from May to October and provides a range of holidays from Belfast airport to Tenerife, Lanzarote, Bulgaria, Turkey, Gran Canaria, Menorca, Majorca, Costa Dorada, Costa del Sol and the Red Sea Riviera, from City of Derry airport to Majorca and lanzarote, or from Dublin airport to Crete*, Corfu*, Cyprus*, Zakynthos* and the Algarve*.

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