Jet2.com has added extra summer time flights and holidays to Malta, Madeira and Croatia (Dubrovnik and Cut up) in response to “very robust” demand from clients and impartial journey brokers.
Because the locations are on the inexperienced listing (that means quarantine-free journey), the main leisure airline and tour operator have seen clients flocking to guide flights.
In response, the operator has added extra flights to those locations throughout August and September from Birmingham, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle airports.
The extra flights by base are as follows:
- Birmingham – extra Sunday providers now departing all through September to Malta, that means as much as two weekly providers.
- London Stansted – introduction of latest Friday providers to Malta from August thirteenth to September twenty fourth, extra Saturday providers to Croatia (Dubrovnik) from September eleventh to twenty fifth and new Sunday providers to Madeira from August fifteenth to September twenty sixth. This presents loads of alternative and adaptability to clients within the South East trying to go to these sunshine hotspots this summer time.
- Manchester – extra Tuesday providers now departing to Malta all through September, that means as much as 4 weekly providers. That is on high of latest Sunday providers to Croatia (Cut up) all through September, that means as much as 4 weekly providers in complete.
- Newcastle – extra Sunday providers now departing all through September to Malta, that means as much as two weekly providers.
These extra flights have been launched simply weeks after Jet2.com added extra September capability to Malta from Manchester and London Stansted Airports, and extra flights to Madeira in September and October from Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airports.
Steve Heapy, chief government of Jet2.com, stated: “With Malta, Madeira and Croatia remaining on the inexperienced listing, we’re seeing big summer time demand for flights and holidays to those well-liked sunshine locations.
“After lacking out final yr, holidaymakers are in want of a much-deserved break and are reserving getaways for this summer time.”