Families have warned that budget holidays could be gone forever as airline prices soar


Britons have been warned that low-budget family holidays could be axed FOREVER. Cost-effective trips abroad could be a thing of the past for good, according to travel experts.

Prices for British families traveling to Malaga during mid-term have soared to £4,200 for a family of four. Holidays to Tenerife and Mallorca on the same dates cost between £1,300 and £2,000.

Corfu is priced at £2,400, with Malta at £2,000. Airlines have been accused of profiting from huge post-pandemic demand.

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Skyscanner’s Gemma Jamieson said: “The main driver of flight prices is supply and demand, and people are barely realizing that holidays are a viable option for them this year.

“The demand is really increasing for people who wouldn’t have thought of it a few months ago. It’s achievable because the rules are much simpler and the trust is much higher. The demand will be massive.”

“People are going back to where they know and love,” he added. Derek Jones, managing director of Kuoni, a tourism company, said bookings had increased in recent months for destinations including the Maldives, Mauritius, the Caribbean and Europe.

“Removing all travel restrictions is a game-changer – people can now go on holiday or visit family and friends abroad without all the stress of testing before returning home,” a- he declared.

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