Inghams, one of the UK’s largest as well as longest-established ski holiday companies have-launched a winter 20/21 interactive brochure and emphasising that skiers can book every aspect of their trip online.
“Following lockdown, we know people are really looking forward to a well-deserved break in the mountains. With our offering for the 20/21 ski season collated into an interactive digital brochure, we’ll be saving paper and making it as easy as we can for our customers to get something in the diary to look forward to,” said Paul Carter, Inghams CEO, who continued, “We hope our winter ski season programme, alongside our In Safe Hands campaign, and our continual endeavour to do the right thing enables our customers to travel with confidence. Essentially, we would like skiers and snowboarders to feel they can start getting excited about hitting the slopes again.”
Inghams previously announced its ‘In Safe Hands’ campaign which aims to reassure skiers who book with them that in this current era of ever changing travel issues, Inghams will do all they can to get them to the mountains. It further seeks to reassure that even in the worst case scenario that that can’t happen, their money is safe with the company, itself part of a large Swiss-based business that’s main business is in food, not travel.
Travelling to 77 resorts across 8 countries from 15 different local departure airports, Inghams, which celebrates 85 years in business in 2020, are including chalets and chalet hotels as well as a wide range of hotels and apartments across France, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Andorra, Slovenia and Lapland in their 20/21 winter ski season brochure.
The launch of Inghams’ 20/21 winter contribution, includes a number of incentives for starting to think about where to ski this coming season. Including 50% off equipment hire or carriage when customers pre-book their lift pass with Inghams and low booking deposits. Winter 20/21 ski holidays can be reserved for as little as £150pp, or £180pp for Canada, when booked before the end of September.