This, the newspaper reports, translates as a 47 percent increase in bookings for the months of September and October. Elidérico Viegas, head of the Algarve’s largest hotel association AHETA said the region “needs more time to calculate the impact [of the corridor] on reservations” but that “even with the bookings for September and October it will no longer be possible to recover” losses.
British Algarve bookings soar since opening of air corridor
in Algarve · 27 Aug 2020, 10:41 · 1 Comments
Bookings risen by 723 %! Can't recover losses! What is the point of this short article? This is not a normal year anywhere in the world. Everyone loses.
By Annie from Algarve on 27 Aug 2020, 20:04