package holiday

IPA: pˈækʌdʒɑɫʌdeɪ

noun

  • (chiefly Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) A holiday that consists of transport and accommodation advertised and sold together by a vendor known as a tour operator.

Examples of "package-holiday" in Sentences

  • The first British tourists to colonise the south of Tenerife in the package-holiday boom of the sixties were not much interested in history either.
  • But for outbound package-holiday companies, whose main summer season begins this weekend, the feelgood factor seems to be as fleeting as a cloud of confetti.
  • This move follows the collapse two months ago of Budget Travel, Ireland's largest package-holiday operator, which specialized in charter flights out of Ireland.
  • The collapse came less than a month after Surrey-based Goldtrail Travel called in the administrators and nine months after the demise of Scottish package-holiday provider and airline Globespan.

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