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LGBT Flight Centre NZ First

December 12 2016

LGBT Flight Centre NZ First

Flight Centre NZ has teamed up with Topdeck Travel to offer a customised LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) tour through Europe that will attend World Pride in Madrid.

The collaboration is a first for Flight Centre NZ, New Zealand's largest travel retailer, who are proud to support the LGBT community.

Flight Centre NZ general manager retail Sue Matson says, “at Flight Centre we open the world for those who want to see – for LGBT travel there are countless destinations around the world that welcome diversity and we’re thrilled to be able to offer this trip as one of those ways.”

Ms Matson says that Flight Centre NZ are seeing an increasing number of tour operators and hoteliers getting on board with LGBT-friendly travel options.

“It’s not only the right thing to do, it’s also smart business, as the LGBT market continues to be one of healthy growth and opportunities.”

Departing London on June 13th 2017, the customised LGBT Topdeck Tour will visit Amsterdam, Berlin, Frankfurt, the Swiss Alps, Nice, Marseille, Barcelona, Madrid (for World Pride) and Bordeaux, before finishing in Paris.

From $5,995NZD per person, twin share, the tour includes 23 nights accommodation (staying in the Gay districts of every city, or nearby), 23 breakfasts, two lunches, four dinners, transportation in a private air-conditioned coach, English channel crossing, orientation tours in all major cities visited and selected activities and attractions including a bike tour in Amsterdam and wine tasting in Bordeaux. Airfares are additional.

The trip is a Topdeck Travel customised tour for the LGBT community but open to anyone who is comfortable joining. Passengers must be aged 18 – 39 years at the time of travel.

Anyone interested in joining the tour should phone Flight Centre NZ today on 0800 427 555, spaces are limited and price is subject to availability.

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