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Fly for free with Monarch

19th October 2010 Print

Award winning low fares airline Monarch is offering customers booking flights via the chance to travel for free and just pay taxes and charges for their flights.

Free seats are available on selected flights and dates to mainland Spain and Portugal and must be booked between Friday 15 October and Thursday 21 October 2010.  Travel must be taken between 01 November 2010 and 31 January 2011. In addition, flights to the Canary Islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura will also be available for only £5 plus taxes and charges.

What’s more, until 30 November 2010, all scheduled Monarch flights booked on and paid for via PayPal will have the booking fee waived, meaning great savings* for PayPal customers looking to get away and take advantage of Monarch’s year-round low fares to top holiday hotspots.

PayPal offers a convenient way to pay online as well as protecting customer’s transactions and personal information. Once customers open an account, their financial details are securely stored, meaning that when paying for Monarch flights via PayPal, customers do not need to re-enter their financial details, and are therefore able to benefit from a faster booking process.

Commenting on the tax only and PayPal promotion, managing director of Monarch Airlines, Tim Jeans said, “This is a one off opportunity to grab a free flight with Monarch, but customers will need to be quick, as once the free seats are gone, they’re gone!

“Monarch was the first European Airline to join forces with PayPal in 2007 to offer customers a secure alternative to credit and debit card transactions. A growing number of our customers now choose to pay for their flights using PayPal and have spent over £21 million on flight bookings since its introduction. As a thank you to them for their continued support, we are delighted to be waiving the booking fees on all flights booked on and paid for using PayPal before the end of November.”