Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski

Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski .Tram in the clouds - Luciano Ribas - Unsplash

Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski

The acquisition by Hotelplan UK of short break specialist Flexiski from its parent company Travelopia, was announced today for an undisclosed sum.

Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski
Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski
Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski
Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski

flexiski  has operated tailor-made short-stay ski holidays since 1990, with currently five high-quality chalets and over 175 hotels across 48 resorts in France, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Canada and Japan. Quality is a real hallmark of the brand, which has been at the forefront of more tailored, personalised and flexible skiing for over 20 years.

Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski . Photo: Unsplash. Toa Heftiba. Les Deux Alpes
Hotelplan UK Group acquires Flexiski . Photo: Unsplash. Toa Heftiba. Les Deux Alpes

At Hotelplan UK, the brand and team will join the Group’s existing portfolio of activity and experience holiday companies, which includes Inghams (whose range comprises Ski, Lakes & Mountains, Lapland and specialist Italy holidays), family skiing market leader Esprit Holidays, chalet specialist Ski Total, Santa’s Lapland short breaks, self-guided walking and cycling experts, Inntravel and small-groups Adventure travel specialist, Explore Worldwide.

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How would a no-deal Brexit affect the travel industry? An interpretation from MPI Brokers

Photo: Giuuseppe Ghedina. IDM Sudtirol - Dolomite Mountains. How would a no-deal Brexit affect the travel industry? MPI Brokers gives its interpretation of information from various sources.

How would a no-deal Brexit affect the travel industry? MPI Brokers gives its interpretation of information from various sources

Insurance and the European Health Insurance Card

The future of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) has not been agreed and it is likely that from the withdrawal date UK residents will not be able to use the EHIC and UK prescriptions will no longer be valid in the EU.

How would a no-deal Brexit affect the travel industry? MPI Brokers gives its interpretation of information from various sources.
How would a no-deal Brexit affect the travel industry? MPI Brokers gives its interpretation of information from various sources.

Insurance polices (e.g. travel and tour operator liability) however, will remain in force after we exit the EU, but premiums are likely to rise over time.

It is expected that agreements for medical expenses of UK travellers in EU countries will be negotiated piecemeal. Needless to say, this may take some time.

Insurers who are established in the EU and provide insurance in the UK will have temporary permission to continue.

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