Jingle All the Way to Lapland from DSA

5th October 2018

If it's too early to think about Christmas 2018 (85 sleeps and counting!) how about planning for Christmas 2019? Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is delighted to announce a new 4-day Christmas break flying direct to Lapland, available exclusively with Santa's Lapland, part of the Hotelplan Group.

Jetting off on the 7th December 2019, this action-packed family trip provides a magical experience for all. Recognised as the home of Father Christmas, Lapland is known for its snowy adventures and memorable festive atmosphere. With prices starting from just £1469 pp, the package includes everything you need for an unforgettable festive trip. All Santa's Lapland breaks include the ultimate Christmas adventure in search of Santa- including a husky sled ride, Reindeer sleigh ride, Igloo experience and a host of snow and ice fun activities, finished off with an exclusive private Santa meeting in his hideaway log cabin home, all in one day! Visitors can also choose from a variety of additional exciting activities from a snowmobile safari and downhill skiing to searching for the mystical northern lights in the beautiful winter wonderland landscape. Chris Harcombe, Aviation Development Director at DSA, said: -We're delighted to welcome Santa's Lapland, part of Hotelplan, as a new tour operator to Doncaster Sheffield Airport, opening another direct route to Lapland for our customers. -We're confident that our easy, friendly, relaxed approach will provide the perfect start to any magical Lapland trip and we think this will prove a very popular choice for customers. Doncaster Sheffield airport offers an unrivalled customer experience from the moment of arrival. Short queues and the easy, friendly and relaxed service has resulted in the airport achieving top spot in Which? Magazine's survey for the UKs best airport for the second year running. With over half the flights operated from the airport being low cost and more than 55 destinations across Europe, the airport provides both convenience and value for passengers as it rapidly becomes the go-to airport for holidaymakers in the North.

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