at roughly the same time that the government has decided to sanction travelling abroad to several countries, it has become cheaper to take the plane from both Billund and Copenhagen.
It shows the numbers from bookingportalen Travelmarket, which TV2 has brought.
In the course of the past two weeks, the fares from Billund Airport to an EU country on average dropped by 18 percent, while from Copenhagen is 12 percent cheaper.
TV2 highlights the particular Rom as the destination, as fares to the Italian capital has fallen by around 61 percent over the last few weeks – if that country takes the plane from Billund.
Swear to the Danish competitor, one must take to thank with a price decline of 22 per cent on the Copenhagen-Rome route.
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According to the Travelmarkets ceo Ole stouby, dk be the explanation for the decreasing rates found in the number of booked travel.
- There are not so many bookings right now - at least it is what we hear from the market. People are still awaiting the final list and the announcement from the government, which comes out on Thursday. It is, I think, is a crucial factor, he says to TV2.
Although the number of bookings is not yet so large, suggest something that the interest for traveling abroad is growing. In both Travelmarket and the Momondo experiences in the least to a large increase in the number of searches.
Over the weekend could Momondo, for example, recorded an increase of 142 percent, writes TV2.
- All of the searches we see now, are actually on summer holidays within the next few months. So we have a budding optimism in relation to that that's going to happen, says Momondos adm. director Tore Pein Jensen to the media.
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