Avoid Airport Chaos and Queues This Easter With Door2Tour.com

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Door2Tour.com is offering customers the chance to avoid the airport queues this Easter with a selection of UK and worldwide coach holidays available from their front door. Customers booking through http://www.Door2Tour.com can choose from over 5,000 holiday tours departing from hundreds of regional UK departure points while escaping airport chaos.

Door2Tour.com is offering customers the chance to avoid the airport queues this Easter with a selection of UK and worldwide coach holidays available from their front door. Customers booking through http://www.Door2Tour.com can choose from over 5,000 holiday tours departing from hundreds of regional UK departure points while escaping airport chaos.

Airport travellers have been warned that they face further disruption at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports during the Easter period as emergency marquees used to direct the overspill of passengers through security, are not guaranteed to be set up again this year. Heathrow airport is used by 185,000 travelers a day but there is no support scheduled until Terminal 5 opens in March 2008. Delays are also expected for the 130,000 passengers traveling through Gatwick airport.

Booking a holiday with Door2Tour.com not only offers customers a worldwide choice of touring holidays but also gives them the peace of mind that they are traveling in one of the most environmentally friendly forms of transport. Recent studies have proven that modern touring coaches emit lower levels of ozone-damaging CO2 emissions per passenger kilometre traveled when compared to air travel, driving your own car or taking the train.

Dan Fox, General Manager of Door2Tour.com said: "The over crowding queues scheduled to affect the airports this Easter will cause chaos to customers flying. Traveling by coach means customers avoid the queues altogether and also don't have to worry about baggage allowances. With over 5,000 tours to choose from travelers can be sure to find the holiday of their choice with Door2Tour and can also feel comfortable that they are traveling by one of the most eco-friendly methods of transport."

Example of a tour includes:
Chateau Break in Paris - only £239 per person
Enjoy this luxury three night break to the Chateau de Montvillargenne on the outskirts of Chantilly, departing on the 13th April 2007 and only £239pp. Itinerary highlights include accommodation in the Chateau and excursions to Paris and Senlls. The price includes pick up from Manchester, return ferry crossing from Dover to Calais, three night's accommodation in the Chateau de Montvillargenne and excursions. The price is based on two people traveling.

For further information, visit http://www.Door2Tour.com.

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Notes to editors:
Door2Tour.com is a consolidation of tour operators creating a diverse choice of UK and worldwide touring holidays all with live availability and online bookable tours.

Door2Tour.com is the ultimate touring and coach holiday booking and reference service as it offers over 5,000 tour choices from hundreds of regional UK departure points with many operators picking up passengers from their door. All tours are available to view and select through Google Earth on the site.

Door2Tour.com is a comprehensive guide and a reference point as the site to date boasts 1,000 originally crafted content pages with 6,000 images and over 100 videos. This content is growing on a daily basis.

Door2Tour.com uses the internet to attract new customers to the coach tourism industry, delivering the next generation of coach tour passengers.

Door2Tour.com is operated by a travel group which has been established for over 21 years and has a wealth of experience within the coach tourism marketplace, strong relationships throughout the industry and a unique commitment to securing the long-term future of coach tourism.

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