Is there finally some light at the end of the tunnel for the UK travel industry?
With the Government predicting that 15 million people in the top four priority groups will be vaccinated by mid-February 2021, plus an understandable reluctance for many UK travellers to undergo the “10-day managed isolation process” on their return to the country, UK staycation holidays could be in great demand this summer. And hotel rooms or accommodation may not be the only thing in short supply – with many coach operators suffering from lower demand for discretionary leisure or business trips over the last 12 months, this will impact on vehicle capacity available across the UK.
Customer confidence will therefore be the watchwords of the 2021 peak season so any tour operator or travel agency needs to be sure that their transport suppliers have the right size vehicles available and are able to maintain the high standards your customers have come to expect of you – a task that will be made harder by the inevitable surge in demand for domestic holidays and breaks outstripping supply.
Kura is here to help, and with 10+ years’ experience in supporting UK operators and agencies, we won’t let you down. Kura has an unrivalled network of hundreds of the best local coach operators nationwide, offering qualified drivers, a comprehensive range of vehicles and plenty of availability across the year.
We understand customers’ concerns regarding the infection risk when using shared transport. All Kura services adhere to our stringent COVID-safety guidelines to minimise the risk of transmission, including social distancing options. To learn more, download our free guide.
Contact us now for further information on how Kura can help provide you and your customers with safer, greener, smarter travel this summer.