Super Break has announced the launch of a series of exclusive short breaks from Durham Tees Valley Airport, with flights scheduled for take-off in 2018, giving local holidaymakers the chance to visit even more of Europe’s most exciting destinations.
The short break specialist established the first direct route between the UK and Akureyri in Northern Iceland, and now holidaymakers from the North East can enjoy access to this incredible destination for the first time as part of an expanded flight programme scheduled for Winter 2018-19.
Hot on the heels of these exciting breaks, Super Break also revealed a new charter service to the Lonely Planet’s number one city to visit in 2018, Seville, and has also announced its biggest ever flight programme, as the short break specialist expands its exclusive services further to launch new flights and in-destination travel experiences to some of the hottest locations in Europe:
• Malta: Mdina & Gozo – Including Capital of Culture 2018, Valletta, Gozo Calypso Island Full Day Tour and Mdina at Nightfall Tour
• Verona, Venice and Lake Garda – Including Lake Garda Discovery and Venice, Jewel of the Adriatic Tour
• Florence, Pisa and Tuscany – Delights of Tuscany, Siena, San Gimignano & Pisa Tour and 24hr City Sightseeing Florence Hop-on-Hop-off-Tour
• Madeira: Funchal & Island Experience – Including Madeira Island Highlights Tour and Funchal Sightseeing Tour
• Incredible Iceland – Including the Search for the Northern Lights Tour and Lake Myvatn Land of Fire and Ice Experience
• Gibraltar: The Rock & Beyond – Including a full day Rock tour with WWII tunnels and a Dolphin Adventure excursion
Katherine Scott from Super Break said: “We’re incredibly proud and excited to be launching our new chartered flight programme, providing holidaymakers from the North East with a brand-new selection of incredible travel experiences to choose from in 2018.
“We have expanded the schedule from Durham Tees Valley Airport to now offer unforgettable travel experiences in seven of Europe’s most exciting destinations, helping to connect more holidaymakers to new locations on the continent and beyond, all from their local airport.”
The announcement of the Super Break programme was warmly welcomed by Durham Tees Valley Airport Chief Executive Steve Gill, who described it as another significant step forward in delivering the airport’s development plans.
He explained “We are delighted to welcome Super Break as our newest partner.
“They are offering a great mix of well-established and popular holiday spots for North East travelers together with the opportunity to experience exciting new destinations such as Iceland, and the first direct route from the North East to Gibraltar.”
All exclusive breaks with Super Break include in-destination experiences, central accommodation, return flights, 20kg of luggage, 5kg hand luggage with transfers also included.