An extra 5,000 free flights have been added to Royal Caribbean International’s wave peak season booking campaign.
The line is extending its sales offer into mid-March having already given out 10,000 seats to consumers booking in February.
Agents will also be able to continue offering extras such as free car parking or coach transfer on all UK departures.
New logos and artwork for co-operative marketing are being prepared to support the campaign. Agents booking any cruise will continue to be eligible to win a free pair of flights in a daily draw.
All bookings must be made before March 15 to take advantage of the campaign pricing.
Head of trade sales Nicki Tempest-Mitchell said: “We knew the 10,000 free flights offer would be popular, but we have been completely overwhelmed by its success.
“Agents have been incredibly supportive of the campaign, so it makes perfect sense for us to keep it going for an additional two weeks.
“These additional 5,000 free flights to Europe will drive many more customers through their doors and should give retailers the opportunity to hammer home the incredible value that cruising with Royal Caribbean International offers.”
Itineraries eligible for Royal Caribbean International’s 5,000 free flights campaign include:
• Five-night Western Mediterranean fly/cruise from Barcelona on Liberty of the Seas in April starting at £449 per person including free flights from Heathrow. The cruise calls at destinations such as Cannes, Florence (Livorno) and Rome (Civitavecchia).
• Seven-night Greek Isles fly/cruise on newly refurbished Splendour of the Seas leading in at £787pp in May including free flights from Edinburgh, Manchester and Heathrow to join the ship in Venice. The cruise calls at Bari, Corfu, Mykonos and Dubrovnik.
• Seven-night Western Mediterranean fly/cruise on Mariner of the Seas from £669pp in June including free flights fro Heathrow and Gatwick to Rome. The cruise calls at Genoa, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Palma and Valenica.
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