Tennis is looked upon as one of the most famed sports, and stars have a global fan-following to pull in travelers from all over the globe on such occasions.
(PRWEB UK) 10 May 2013
TravelhouseUK has promoted global heritage in every field in order to encourage air travel for its clients based in the UK. Under its latest initiative, bargain deals for the season are being offered for all passengers who are to attend the French Open in Paris from the UK.
The French Open is set to be held between the 26th of May and the 9th of June. Numerous packages involve getting hold of the tickets on the appropriate schedules of men’s singles, women’s singles as well as mixed doubles matches, while scheduling accommodation in hotels located near to the Roland Garros Stadium. The stadium complex includes a total of 20 courts with the main stadiums being named after famed French tennis players over history. Both the Philippe Chatrier Court and Suzanne Lenglen Court are almost fully booked for the series of matches for the upcoming French Open this month.
TravelhouseUK has provided vital support in linking the global travel market among passengers and airlines. The agency provides information upon schedules of arrivals, departures as well as airfare for the various routes leading to regional and intercontinental destinations. Among these routes, flights to Paris is served with multiple international air carriers like British Airways, Air France and Swiss Air from London’s premier Heathrow Airport.
The French Open is the traditional event to celebrate professional tennis engaged in global competition. The tournament is held on an annual basis at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France. The tournament is centered to raise top notch performance upon its clay courts, a phenomenon which remains exclusive to the event to date. It calls upon the best global stars of tennis to step in the race for some of the most prestigious awards and achievements in sporting history.
“International sporting events are always somewhat of a prodigy of how important this very category of passengers has become,” said Victor Hunt, the operations manager of TravelhouseUK. “Tennis is looked upon as one of the most famed sports, and stars have a global fan-following to pull in travelers from all over the globe on such occasions”.
“Agencies appropriately have to plan ahead as well, because due to the massive traffic involved, last minute bookings become inadvisable. Airlines also become competitive to offer the most convenient packages accordingly”.