Saga scraps some 2022 holidays as ‘travel remains uncertain’

Saga has pulled a number of 2022 departures following a review into its touring and holiday products.

About 3,000 bookings have been affected by the over 50s specialist’s decision, Travel Weekly understands.

Saga blamed the pandemic and ongoing uncertainty around international travel for the move, adding that it wanted to offer “high quality” trips with the “least potential for disruption”.

Affected customers will be offered an alternative holiday or a full refund.

A Saga spokesperson said: “The market for international travel remains uncertain following the pandemic and, against this backdrop, Saga has reviewed the holidays it is offering customers.

“Central to this is ensuring that we are offering the trips our customers want and that we are confident we can deliver to the very highest quality and with the least potential for disruption.”

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