Related Holidaymakers looking for peace and quiet

first_img RelatedHolidaymakers looking for ‘peace and quiet’UK-based holidaymakers are turning away from action-orientated getaways in favour of breaks that offer peace and quite.Domestic flights still proving popular in the UKDomestic flights still proving popular in the UKBrits booking flights overseas after cold spellTens of millions of Brits are booking cheap flights abroad ahead of their summer holiday The overwhelming majority of holidaymakers who have booked domestic flights within the UK have not considered travel insurance.This is according to research from Essential Travel, which discovered that 82 percent of ‘staycationers’ did not consider opting for travel insurance.It was also revealed that the 12 percent of those who insured their holidays did so because they were worried about developing swine flu.Essential Travel director Simon Purnell said that most people he spoke to did not think that travel insurance was necessary because they were having their annual break in Britain.”Whether you’re jetting across the globe or holidaying in the UK this year, the right insurance is essential,” he explained.”Luggage can still be lost on a domestic flight and trips may still have to be unexpectedly cancelled, it really doesn’t matter where you are travelling to.”Approximately 60 percent of Brits, which amounts to 37 million people, are planning a ‘staycation’ this summer.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img