The coronavirus pandemic may have cancelled our 2020 holidays, but that’s not stopping Bris from planning ahead.
And, if you’re looking to go on the trip of a lifetime after a boring year at home then you’re in luck.
Virgin Atlantic has launched a Black Friday sale with some incredible offers.
You can even get return flights to New York for as little as £280.
The sale is offering deals for flights which run in 2021 – most trips are scheduled between March and September next year.
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You can get flights from London to New York in January and February for £280 per person.
Or, go later on, in April, and you can fly to the Big Apple from Manchester for £288 or London for £291.
Also available in April are flights to Los Angeles from £321 and San Francisco or £324.
Plus, there are some routes to Las Vegas and Orlando from £326.
Looking to fly further south?
Between January and March flights to Barbados will set you back £345 or Jamaica from £395.
Th airline has split their deals section into categories so you can find exactly what you want.
The groups include: Winter Sun, Easter Getaways, Visit Friends & Relatives, West Coast USA, East Coast USA, Caribbean, Premium, Upper Class and Our Best Prices.
You can check them out on the Virgin Atlantic website.
Make sure to double check if your destination is on the travel corridors list or if Brits are allowed to go there to avoid having to quarantine.
Luckily, Virgin Atlantic is offering free Covid-19 cover worth £500k and full flexible booking in case your plans have to change.
There are also increased hygiene measures at airports and on flights and the crew is tested before flights.
If you choose to fly next year make sure you check flight requirements as CEO of Qantas Alan Joyce said proof of coronavirus vaccination could become a requirement for international travel.
He said: "We are looking at changing our terms and conditions to say that, for international travellers, we will ask people to have a vaccination before they get on the aircraft.
"Whether you need that domestically, we will have to see with Covid-19 and the market but certainly, for international visitors coming out [of Australia] and people leaving the country we think that's a necessity.
"I think that's going to be a common thing talking to my colleagues in other airlines around the globe."