Prijsvrij Holidays is proud to announce that last night she reached a deal with the receivers of D-Reizen regarding the relaunch of an important part of the D-Reizen concern. In the coming weeks, after discussions with, among others, the Works Council, the staff and the landlords, it will become clear which D-Reizen stores will be reopened. Prijsvrij Holidays has agreed with the trustees that a final determination will be made on this point.

"When I started as an ICT entrepreneur 20 years ago, D-Reizen was my first customer. That first trust they gave me as the largest travel company in the Netherlands then opened the door at KLM and many other travel companies, among others. Thanks a lot to D-Reizen and the Van den Broek family. D-Reizen is an incredibly beautiful company with a rich history and a large group of very enthusiastic and loyal employees. That was the case in 2001 and I still feel the same now. is extremely sad that the corona crisis has overturned D-travel and has brought so many families into uncertainty. The company entered the corona crisis profitably, but unfortunately did not reach the finish line in one piece. It is now up to us to deal with the new D- travel to build a healthy future. ”

Price-free Holidays is, with the German multi-billion-dollar group REWE as co-shareholder (group turnover of 75 billion), a very strong and healthy company with a very successful business model. Together with the new colleagues from D-trips, they will do everything they can to continue D-trips as quickly as possible and to ensure a bright future. Everyone is in great need of that, with the end of the corona crisis in sight. Thus Price Free Vacations on their website.

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