It’s one of our most popular destinations, and it’s easy to see why – the USA really does have it all! From the sandy beaches of Florida to the bustling lights of the Big Apple, the Hollywood Hills to the vast expanse of the Denali National Park, there really is a USA for everyone. With the dollar rate dropping significantly in recent months, many have believed it’s not the best time to plan a stateside visit – however we beg to differ. Here’s why:


Thomas Cook Airlines have recently announced a new direct route from Manchester to Seattle


This adds to their existing network of direct flights from the Northern hub which also includes direct routes to destinations such as New York, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco, now available for departure dates from May 2018. Home to Frasier, Starbucks and the Space Needle, Seattle is an exciting destination in itself – however regular ferry services to Vancouver in Canada make it an ideal stop on a North American multicentre.


Primera Air announce low-cost flights to the USA from Birmingham

Birmingham Airport is more accessible than you’d think – it’s only around an additional half-hour driving time from each of our three branches to Manchester airport, and with direct services to start in May 2018 to both New York and Boston, it’s an ideal place to start a trip to the USA whilst saving money on expensive airline tickets – and avoiding the dreaded M25 when having to depart from Heathrow!


Superb deals on Fly-Drives, City Breaks & Orlando Holidays

In spite of the drop in the dollar, we’re seeing incredible prices on airfare, hotels and car hire for 2018. If you’re considering visiting next year, now is the chance to grab a bargain!



We’re currently offering a fantastic deal to New York for Feb 2018, for only £585 Per Person. This includes flights from Manchester, staying for 4 Nights in a central 3.5* Hotel, located moments from Times Square.

Contact your local branch for more information.

*Departs 06/02/2018. Price based on 2 Adults. Offer subject to availability.