Budget airlines cut flights
26 January 2009 08:43
Holidaymakers may have to step up their search for cheaper travel insurance if they want to cut the costs of their holiday, following the news that many airlines are cutting the number of flights they are running.
With flight numbers beginning to drop, the number of cheap deals will also significantly reduce, adding to the overall cost of a holiday.
The rising cost of oil is causing many airlines to reduce the number of flights they run, with budget airline easyJet the latest to cut flights.
And the news comes only weeks after Ryanair announced that it was cancelling 250 of its winter flights.
With high fuel prices causing the budget airlines to cut back on their flights, holidaymakers will have to seek new ways of trimming back on costs elsewhere.
However, travellers are advised not to avoid travel insurance altogether as it could provide life-saving cover for situations including flight cancellations, lost luggage or emergency treatment.
Parents have been given some tips by Tots to Travel, a company which specialises in family holidays, which states the little extras hike up holiday costs like eating in restaurants all the time.