JG Travel increases festive breaks capacity

by Charlotte Flach

The JG Travel Group has increased capacity for its 2022 festive programme across all three brands.

Both Just Go! Holidays and National Holidays entire portfolio of breaks is now on sale for agents to book, including a selection of new products such as Elf The Musical and an additional carols by steam train option.

Capacity has grown in three main areas. Christmas market breaks have 85% more than in 2021, breaks over Christmas and New Year will have 68% more and Turkey and Tinsel breaks 17% more.In addition, a selection of new tours have been added to all the popular favourites.

Elf The Musical is returning to London’s Dominican Theatre this Christmas for a strictly limited eight week run, with a range of departures dates between November 19 and December 28 2022. Prices for this two-day coach break start from £139pp including return coach travel, one night’s b/b accommodation, a ticket to the show and free time in London.

Just Go! Holidays has also added the LMS Jubilee Class 45596 Bahamas steam train, which stars in the soon to launch 2022 film; 'The Railway Children Return'. The operator has chartered the entire train on 8December and this break includes a festive journey on the steam locomotive complete with brass band, carols and mulled wine plus a visit and gift from Santa. Prices for this two-day coach break are from £129pp including return coach travel, one night’s b/b accommodation, the exclusive train journey on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, free time in Haworth plus a visit to Manchester’s Christmas Markets.

Claire Dutton, Trade Sales Manager at The JG Travel Group said: Our festive programme is our biggest yet in terms of capacity. We have already seen demand for Christmas from agents who have customers wanting to secure places early for breaks to key events. Over the coming months lots of our festive trips will be loaded on our agents Facebook page, so I encourage them to check this page regularly and share our offers on their channels.”


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