Following a year out, Ski Scandinavia is back and with a new charter flight from London Gatwick over school holiday weeks in February and April. Who else can't wait to get back?
Ski Scandinavia launches new flight from London Gatwick to Scandinavian Mountains Airport
Norway and Sweden ski specialist, Ski Scandinavia, launches new flight exclusive to its customers over February school holiday week and Easter holidays
Direct from London Gatwick into the new (opened 2019-20 winter) Scandinavian Mountains Airport
The airport services the resorts of Trysil (Norway) and Kläppen (Sweden) both only around 35 minutes vehicle transfer time
First Scandinavian specialist tour operator to introduce fully carbon neutral holidays from 2017
Ski Scandinavia, the specialist Norway and Sweden UK based tour operator, has launched a new flight from London Gatwick Airport direct into Scandinavian Mountains Airport. The airport is within easy reach of Trysil, Norway’s largest ski resort which boasts skiing for all abilities, and Kläppen in Sweden, ideal for relaxed family skiing. Despite ski resorts in Norway and Sweden operating during the 2020-21 winter season, Ski Scandinavia didn’t run any holidays due to Covid-19 travel restrictions in the UK. This is a welcome return for the company and its guests, and demand for places is already high. The flight is designed to ensure families can book their ski holiday in confidence at a time when scheduled flights from the UK to Scandinavian Mountains Airport are not certain with other airlines. As the flight is exclusive to Ski Scandinavia clients, seating is allocated so families are sat together and Ski Scandinavia hosts will be present at the airport, on board the flight and on resort transfers. Managing director of Ski Scandinavia, Ben Nyberg, said: “We’ve already had a very positive response from our regular guests for our new flights and we are currently over two thirds full over the February half-term week already. The feedback we have from our guests is that they love skiing in Norway and Sweden, the standard of accommodation and resort infrastructure is incredibly high and with English widely spoken by staff and ski schools, it’s a huge bonus for families. Our in-resort staff are there to take care of guests too and because the resorts operated last winter without any major issues, we are confident that Scandinavia will deliver the kind of holiday that will make families feel safe and secure in 2022”. Packages - all prices total based on two adults and two children aged 11 and 8. All accommodation is ski-in/ski-out.
February half-term in Trysil, Norway: Departure February 12, 2022. Price £6,974, including return flights from London Gatwick to Scandinavian Mountains Airport, return airport transfers, 7 nights half-board hotel accommodation in the Radisson Blu Resort Hotel Trysil (deluxe room), services of the in-resort team, use of the hotel swimming pool and spa, Covid holiday guarantee. (Self-catering option over the same dates staying in 2 bedroom apartment costs £6,962) Easter in Trysil, Norway: Departure April 03, 2022. Price £6,669, including return flights from London Gatwick to Scandinavian Mountains Airport, return airport transfers, 7 nights half-board hotel accommodation in the Radisson Blu Resort Hotel Trysil (deluxe room), services of the in-resort team, use of the hotel swimming pool and spa, Covid holiday guarantee. (Self-catering option over the same dates staying in 2 bedroom apartment costs £5,914) Easter in Kläppen, Sweden: Departure April 03, 2022. Price £6,574, including return flights from London Gatwick to Scandinavian Mountains Airport, return airport transfers, 7 nights half-board hotel accommodation in the Hotell Kurbits (2 bedroom apartment), services of the in-resort team, Covid holiday guarantee. Booking: www.ski-scandinavia.co.uk, 020 7199 6015 About Ski Scandinavia Ski Scandinavia is the specialist when it comes to skiing in Norway, Sweden and Finland. Operating under its parent company, Scandinavian Travel Ltd, a fully bonded tour operator with ABTA membership and ATOL bonding. Charter flights are operated from London Gatwick to Scandinavian Mountains Airport by Enter Air and all depart at 12.30pm on the outbound day of travel and at 16.45 on the inbound day of travel. All holidays are 100% carbon neutral – the first Scandinavian tour operator to offer its clients the chance to completely off-set their carbon footprint and still a leader in this area. The Carbon Neutral holidays were launched in 2017 and have now offset over 850 tonnes of carbon. The projects supported since 2017 have planted 250 trees in the UK, protected the same number in the Amazon, helped the development of solar power projects in India, and repaired boreholes in Uganda. Scandinavian Travel prides itself on providing unrivalled service from the initial booking enquiry and throughout the whole travel experience. Ski Scandinavia hosts are on hand pre-travel via email or phone, at airports in person, on board their flights, on transfers, in resort and at ski school meeting points to make sure every aspect of a client’s holiday is taken care of. Their knowledge of the regions they work with is based on first-hand local experience from living, working and travelling extensively across Scandinavia. Experiences that allow them to craft innovative and original holidays. Are you heading to the Scandinavian mountains next year? Have you already been and have highlights you would love to share? Get in touch in the usual ways, I would love to hear.
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