Wendy Wu Tours offers free worldwide flights on November bookings

Free worldwide flights are being made available by Wendy Wu Tours for bookings made until the end of November.

The deal, representing a saving of £800 per person, includes services to South America, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East and China from UK airports for travel in 2021 and 2022.

The initiative follows the operator promoting free flights to Japan to encourage bookings in October.

The new offer covers 26 of the operator’s escorted tours which can be booked with a £99 deposit with full balances not due until six weeks prior to departure.

Departures include a new 21-day ‘Japan by Rail’ trip leading in at £8,290 per person covering the three islands of Kyushu, Honshu and Hokkaido.

Agents stand to receive around £1,400 commission on one of the tours, according to Wendy Wu Tours global sales director John Warr.

He added: “In October we ran our highly successful free flights to Japan which was a complete runaway success.

“Our agents loved it as for the first time, in a long time, they had a really tangible offer to put in front of their clients to help them close sales.

“Our agents wanted more and so this time, to coincide with 26 years since Wendy Wu organised the first group tour in 1994, we’re going all out and giving agents an extraordinary ‘Black November’ offer with free worldwide flights from any airport, with any airline, across 26 of our most popular flagship tours.

“This is great news for agents but as the offer is only valid on confirmed bookings made before 30 November 2020, we encourage all agents to get behind this offer straightaway and really make the offer work for them by getting in touch with their customers today and using the offer to boost not only their sales for 2021 and 2022 but also their individual commission levels.”

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