After the big disruption to all our summers in 2020 and news of vaccines spreading hope for an end to the pandemic, we’re sure you’re already eyeing up that trip to the White Isle in 2021.
For all the major airlines the number of cut-price flight deals available right now is huge, however, most people will no doubt be asking: should I book my Ibiza flights now?
At the moment Ibiza flight prices are really low with Black Friday deals and January sales combining to give some amazing deals. On Skyscanner we were able to find return flights from the UK to Ibiza from as little as £55 per person! However, these prices won’t be around for long…
As Emma Coulthurst expert from holiday price comparison site, TravelSupermarket says,: ‘There are some really good prices at the moment due to the continued uncertainty… However, once travel gets back to normal and quarantines are cut dramatically or completely… there are unlikely to be the rock bottom prices which you can currently snap up. It is all about supply and demand and it is currently a buyers’ market for summer holidays.’Search Flights
After many resorted to staycation trips this year, postponed their bookings or didn’t get away at all, with overseas destinations like Ibiza back on the cards next year experts are predicting there could be less seats available on popular routes and times so it pays to get in early while there is lots of availability.
Skyscanner’s consumer travel expert, Jon Thorne, said “If you can afford to be flexible with your dates, mixing and matching the airlines you choose to fly with can also seriously cut costs…. flights don’t have to be booked as returns – look at flying out with one airline and back with another to save money for holiday spending when you’re there.”Search Flights
Unfortunately quarantining when you get back from your holiday is likely to continue into the first part of 2021. However, experts are predicting the times will be much shorter (already down to 5 days) and with more cheap and effective tests and a wider vaccine roll out will become less of an issue past Easter.
Every holiday destination will have different rules including Ibiza and we’ll keep you updated when we hear more!
This one is down to the individual airlines so make sure you read the cancellation terms and conditions. We would recommend that you look for good travel insurance that provides the cover you need and to always pay for flights by credit card if you can.