US Specialist Jetsave is increasing the use of scheduled flights in its newly branded Flexible Florida 2000 programme to boost both UK regional departures and the number of destinations served in the Sunshine State.
In addition to British Airways and Virgin Atlantic services into Orlando, Tampa and Miami, it is featuring options on Continental, United, American, Northwest, Delta and US Airways, so that clients have a choice of eight Florida airports and regional departures from Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Dublin amongst others.
Key connections will include Sarasota, Fort Myers, Palm Beach and Key West.
Jetsave product director Margaret Taylor said: “We are continuing to feature Britannia Airways’ charter flights into Orlando, which are ideal for the family market as they allow discounts for children up to the age of 17.
“But the Florida market has matured over the last five years and, as repeat business builds up, customers want more than the two-week charter package to Orlando.”
Taylor said this also allowed more opportunity to mix-and-match options on two and three-centre holidays, with clients being able to fly on any day they choose and for any duration.
In line with this, Jetsave has extended its accommodation choice outside of Orlando, including Captiva, Sanibel and Marco islands on the Gulf Coast, Miami and Fort Lauderdale, as well as introducing Key Biscayne and The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach to the programme. Another newcomer is Disney’s Vero Beach resort on the east coast.
Lead price for the programme is £325 per adult and £149 per child for two weeks’ charter-based flydrive. One week at the The Breakers costs from £829 per person twinshare, including flights, and a three-bedroom home with pool on the Gulf Coast from £987 for a week for up to six people.
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