Ski tour operators are freezing their holiday prices after the UK voted to leave the EU on June 23, in a bid to encourage positivity in the snowsports holiday industry.
The Brexit vote has left many would-be holidaymakers feeling nervous, so forward-looking companies are keen to remove any barriers to booking a holiday.
Inghams, Ski Total and family specialist Esprit Ski – all owned by Hotelplan UK – have announced that prices will remain the same as they were pre-Brexit for the foreseeable future.
Paul Carter, chief operating officer of Inghams, said: “The price freeze should alleviate uncertainty for those who have already booked, and gives prospective customers the advantage of booking with stronger pre-referendum rates of exchange to get the most out of their holiday.
“We advise customers to book…