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Saga Holidays

Industry

Travel

Size

1,000+ employees

Revenue

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Overview

Saga Holidays is a British company focused on serving the needs of those aged 50 and over. It has 2.7 million customers. The company operates from several sites, all are in the UK. It is also listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Saga Companies House Information

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Location

Saga Services Limited,
Enbrook Park,
Sandgate,
Folkestone,
Kent CT20 3SE

T: 0800 096 0085

E: uk.reservations@saga.co.uk

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Recent News


Travel Weekly UK
Most over-50s prefer regional airports, says Saga
Travel Weekly UK
More than half of holidaymakers aged over 50 see regional airports as their preferred departure option, according to new research. A Saga Holidays poll of more than 10,300 over 50s found that 51% prefer to fly from regional airports, with 46% being ...
More than half of over-50s prefer to fly from regional airportsTravel Daily Media (press release) (registration) (blog)

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Lexology (registration)
His Honour adopted the finding of Young J in Saga Holidays[12] that the GST Act should be construed in a practical and common-sense way. He concluded “I accept the [tax office] commissioner's submission that the ordinary meaning of the word 'taxi' is a ...

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