THOMAS Cook has relaunched their long-haul holidays, a year after the travel company was forced into administration.
Back in September, the tour operator restarted with short-haul travel destinations.
Now, with new partnerships with 20 airlines including British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, winter sun spots are now on offer.
Destinations on the list include travel corridor locations Dubai, with last-minute, five-star holidays from £823pp, and St Lucia, with last-minute hols from £875pp.
Other destinations such as Cancun and New York will also launch, although the US routes will not resume until May 2021 due to travel restrictions.
Deals starting from May 1 include a week in Orlando for £555pp or seven nights all-inclusive in Mexico for £903pp.
Included with flex-holidays is additional security if the holiday requires quarantining on return.
Thomas Cook CEO Alan French said: “We know how much our customers love holidays to places like the Caribbean and Dubai and we’ve been working hard to add in new airline partners that mean we can offer those as holidays with us.
"Now, with more than 30 airlines to choose from, customers can take full advantage of quarantine-free destinations this winter and look ahead to those exotic long haul breaks for next year.
“Our next focus in opening up more regional flying from across the UK so more people can book their holidays from their local airport with Thomas Cook once again.”
The online-only travel company also has short-haul deals for summer 2021 from £130pp, including Italy, Greece and Spain.
Virgin Atlantic has launched their winter sale with flights to the US from £279.
EasyJet has released flights up to winter 2021/2022 with deals to Spain and Portugal from £14.99.
Here is everything you need to know about booking your next holiday.
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