Hotelplan, which owns leading ski operators Inghams, Ski Total and Flexiski, has confirmed it is cancelling all ski holidays until after February 27.
The group has already cancelled all holidays for the winter with its brand Esprit Ski.
“Following the announcement of new national lockdown restrictions, this week, we have sadly further suspended all Inghams, Ski Total and Flexiski holidays until after 27 February 2021,” said Joe Ponte, CEO of Hotelplan UK.
Again, we are extremely disappointed for all of our customers impacted by this news. We hope they will choose to join us on an alternative holiday at a later date, but of course we will provide them with a refund if they want one.
It’s still not clear when we will able to travel from the UK to European ski destinations, and understandably many people are eager to get back on the slopes. Our customers can remain assured that we are continuing to closely monitor the situation and when it is safe to do so, we will be ready to deliver the ski holidays people want.
The move follows a similar decision by Crystal Ski Holidays, the UK’s biggest ski operator, which has suspended all trips up to and including February 12 – it is yet to make a decision on February half-term departures.
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