Monarch, a leading UK independent scheduled airline group has partnered with Golfbreaks.com, Europe’s specialist golf travel company. Monarch becomes the preferred short and mid-haul partner for the golf travel company.
Both companies will promote flight-inclusive golf holiday packages to customers through a range of marketing and promotional activities, including a fantastic launch competition across their social media channels to win a 4-day golf holiday to the Algarve.
With thousands of golfers booking to play golf abroad every year, the new agreement will enable Golfbreaks.com customers to add Monarch flights to their bookings with groups of eight or more enjoying a range of exclusive benefits including:
- No names or passport details required at the time of booking
- Only a £25 deposit per person required to provisionally hold flights
- Complete flexibility managing group names with final confirmation needed just 7 days prior to travel
Ian Chambers, Head of Digital & Marketing at Monarch said: “We are delighted to be the preferred short and mid-haul airline partner of Golfbreaks.com. The partnership closely fits our customer profile with many of our customers being keen and regular golfers.
“With the addition of Lisbon to our summer 2016 programme we have added yet another top golfing destination to our already extensive network. We offer excellent value and conveniently scheduled flights to some of the most popular golf hotspots, including; the Algarve, the Canaries, Turkey and to destinations in mainland Spain such as Alicante, Malaga and Majorca making it easier than ever for our customers to take a break at their favourite golf resorts.”
To celebrate the partnership, Monarch and Golfbreaks.com will be giving customers the chance to win return flights for two people with Monarch to Faro (Portugal)*; a stay at the Dona Filipa Hotel for three nights for two people on a bed & breakfast basis; and two rounds of golf at San Lorenzo and Pinheiros Altos.
The competition is live on Monarch’s Twitter and Facebook page.