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Monarch puts its winter seats on sale

Quite early this year, Monarch has already released the detailed winter schedule for this year for London Gatwick Airport. The airline has started accepting bookings for the entire winter schedule for 2008-2009. Over and above, the airline has recently announced its complete winter schedule for Birmingham, Manchester and London Luton Airports.

Most notably, this year a total number of 1.75 million winter seats are now put on sale by Monarch for the winter season alone. The top highlight of the winter schedule includes a brand new service to the Cypriot city of Larnaca. Notably, this service will be operated from the Manchester and Gatwick bases of the airline.

In addition, the airline is into a highly welcomed move for this winter in which the Manchester to Gibralder service is being revived once again. This service will operate three flights per week in this route. In addition, the airline has also increased the frequency of its services to the Canary Islands from several airports including London Gatwick, London Luton, Birmingham and Manchester Airports.

While commenting on the introduction of the new schedule, Monarch’s spokesperson Liz Savage observed, “We are seeing real demand for the Canaries this year and have responded with increased services from all our UK airports, as well as continuing to strengthen our position on our core routes.”

Most notably, the Travel Industry Awards has acknowledged Monarch by naming it the Leisure Airline for the Year consecutively for the second time.

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