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The snow might have melted but peopleís hopes of getting away and finding some sun havenít slipped down the drain with it. It is surprising just how many people plan to travel in 2011; people could be forgiven for giving overseas travel a break after the chaos that descended on the UK in 2010.

Summer 2011

First there were ash clouds, then airline strikes, then bad weather caused almost every major airport in Britain to close, pretty much at the same time. Many of this disasters coincided with major holiday periods such as half terms, and Easter.

But it seems the British are a hard-willed bunch, either that or they cannot bear to be without their treasured week in the sun. 2011 looks set to be a good year for airlines as people take to the skies in search of good value holidays across the planet.

One downside however will be a rise in costs. Passenger duty in the UK has just been hiked up yet again. Itís not by too much, but it will make a difference for families in particular as a few Pounds really mounts up when five people are travelling together using one bank account. Whatís more, the price of oil looks set to rise and we all know that airlines pass this on to their customers. So be warned, finding value for money is still possible but you might have to search a little harder for it.

New destinations are going to pop up onto the global mass travel radar. Brazil, for example has been in the limelight recently as it has won the bid to host the World Cup in 2014. Along with more flight carriers covering the destinations bring prices down, it is becoming a far more appealing long haul destination.

Closer to home, Eastern European countries that have yet to make a huge impact on the international market will enjoy some new found fame. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will hope to follow in the footsteps of the Czech Republic and Hungary.

But itís not only the places that are changing, the way we travel and what we want from our holidays is also shifting. Adventure travel and activity breaks are proving to be fun for all the family and educational holidays such as painting or cookery holidays are also growing in popularity.

Whatever kind of holiday you choose for you and your family in 2011, to make your money stretch as far as possible check out the holidays on offer from Thomas Cook. 


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