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Published on Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Blue Bay Travel launches twin-centre holidays

Tour operator Blue Bay Travel has added to is product offerings with the launch of twin-centre holidays.

It is expanding the portfolio of destinations initially starting with locations across the Middle East and Indian Ocean.

Customers can experience two different styles of holiday in one trip while benefiting from competitive pricing.

It is commencing with Dubai twinned with the Maldives or Mauritius and plans to add more twin-centre options.

The company invested in technology to enable twin-centre trips, with a complete overhaul which allows packages to be fused together.

There has been numerous developments to the front end of the website to allow the options to be presented and for customers to make a booking.

Greg Armstrong, Product Management Director at Blue Bay Travel said, "We have spent a lot of time over the past year developing our relationships in the Middle East and Indian Ocean, and also developing our systems and website to be able to facilitate this."

 "Keeping our full product team in place since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic has allowed us to move into new territories that we previously didn't contract such as the Middle East and Indian Ocean," said Alistair Rowland, Group CEO at Blue Bay Travel.

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