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Saturday, 29 May 2010

Great Value City Break Deals By Air

By Craig Walker

Aberdeen in the northern part of Scotland has the busiest airports in the world for helicopter traffic. Mainly due to the massive number of oil platforms in the North Sea there is a massive amount of departures to and from Aberdeen taking staff out and back from the oilrigs. The oil industry in Aberdeen is huge and as such there is also a massive requirement for airline seats from within Britain and further a field to get to Aberdeen.

Partly because of the oil industry there are now some great British city destinations available for local people living in Aberdeen and the adjacent regions. There are various flight companies providing a great choice of UK city break destinations including Liverpool, Southampton and Cardiff. When people have a weekend break they usually do not have much time therefore they are limited to locations a short distance away. With direct flights you are able to go much further and enjoy someplace new.

If you are looking to get some bargain offers from Aberdeen you can do this as well. There are non-stop departures to the hottest destinations and vacation hotspots particularly in the summer months and also when the schools are out.

Due to the popularity of the web it is easier than ever to check about for the optimal flight or holiday offer for your main vacation. It is also simple to reserve flights on their own from Aberdeen and then add-on the accommodation of your choice to make your own holiday. There are many firms providing holiday hotels and apartments including the ones you find in the vacation booklets so it is possible to save money on the accommodation. If you get a bargain flight ticket as well you may save lots of money off instead of reserving a package deal.

There are flights from Aberdeen to Oslo and the London airports, which can supply you with connections to almost any destination on the planet. Whether you want to travel to Hong Kong or Rio you can go from Aberdeen.

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