There are a myriad of airlines to whisk you off around Europe and beyond -
EasyJet and Air Lingus are, perhaps, the most well-known of the cheap and
cheerful flight operators. However, the airline I'd like to introduce to you today is "Monarch Airlines".
|About to leave Gatwick with Monarch Airlines|
Monarch may not the first name which springs into your head when looking for a flight, none the less, Monarch Airlines
shouldn't be ruled out. Serving a good selection of destinations around Europe - and a few beyond - Monarch Airlines
operate out of all the popular airports: Gatwick, Luton, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, East Midlands and Birmingham.
|This Monarch Airlines flight leaves Gatwick|
I can vouch for Monarch Airlines, as we have recently taken the family for
a well-earned holiday in Lanzarote, and decided to fly with Monarch from London
The flights were easily booked online (this is the
Monarch Airlines website).
And the seats can be reserved too - handy when taking a holiday with the family, so everyone can sit together.
Checking-in can also be performed on-line - which means less hassle at the airport. There were no queues at the "bag drop-off", and
as we'd checked in online, the whole procedure took less than 5 minutes.
When flying from Gatwick, Monarch operate from the south terminal. Should you have a flight at silly-o'clock in the morning, and
need to stay in a hotel the night before your flight, you can easily stay at a north terminal hotel because a mono-rail runs between
the north & south terminal 24 hours a day. This shuttle only takes 2 minutes, so there isn't any inconvenience: for
those really early morning flights where a hotel is needed, may I recommend the
Premier Inn Gatwick Airport.
This hotel is only a one minute walk from the airport - so no transfer buses to worry about.
Where do Monarch fly to?
Are you ready for it? This is Monarch Airline's list of destinations:
Aegean Coast (Bodrum),
Black Sea Coast (Bourgas),
Black Sea Coast (Varna),
Costa De La Luz,
Costa del Sol,
Dalmatian Coast (Dubrovnik),
Istrian Riviera (Pula),
Mediterranean Coast (Antalya),
Sharm El Sheikh,
Turquoise Coast (Dalaman),
Venice and Venetian Riviera,
Verona, and finally Zante.
Now, how about some interesting Monarch Airline facts? Here are just a couple of the
extraordinary facts gleaned from the Monarch Airlines in-flight magazine.
With stats like that, how can you not want to fly with Monarch?
- Last year Monarch Airlines served 250,000ham & cheese toasties
- There were 694,000 cups of tea poured in the same time frame
Give Monarch Airlines a try
If you think that Monarch Airlines could provide the flight for you, find
out more information from
Monarch Airlines. Why not pop
over and see whether this airline has seats available for your holiday dates.
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