4m Brits head abroad for Christmas

Press Association
File photo dated 21/04/10 of a plane leaving Newcastle Airport as Aaound four million Britons will be heading overseas for the Christmas break, with those staying behind having to contend with packed roads and disrupted rail services. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday December 19, 2013.The peak days for those flying off to foreign climes are expected to be Friday, Saturday and Sunday coming up (Dec 20-22), said travel organisation Abta. It added that the most -popular destinations for sun lovers were the Canary Islands, Tunisia, Morocco and the Cape Verde Islands off western Africa. See PA story TRAVEL Getaway. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
File photo dated 21/04/10 of a plane leaving Newcastle Airport as Aaound four million Britons will be heading overseas for the Christmas break, with those staying behind having to contend with packed roads and disrupted rail services. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday December 19, 2013.The peak days for those flying off to foreign climes are expected to be Friday, Saturday and Sunday coming up (Dec 20-22), said travel organisation Abta. It added that the most -popular destinations for sun lovers were the Canary Islands, Tunisia, Morocco and the Cape Verde Islands off western Africa. See PA story TRAVEL Getaway. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%Around four million Britons will be heading overseas for the Christmas break, with those staying behind having to contend with packed roads and disrupted rail services.

The peak days for those flying off to foreign climes are expected to be Friday, Saturday and Sunday coming up (Dec 20-22), said travel organisation Abta.