Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks will operate its “biggest-ever” programme to Iceland, with flights and city breaks departing from all ten of its UK airports for Winter 23/24.
14 additional breaks are now available to book in February and March next winter from two airports (Leeds Bradford and Newcastle).
Jet2 said that the additional breaks come in response to strong demand from customers and independent travel agents.
The programme now represents over 150 departing flights and over 30,000 seats on sale, meaning a capacity increase of 36% compared to Winter 22/23.
Flights are also available from Manchester and Birmingham Airports in Winter 23/24, with two weekly flights (Monday and Thursday) operating in late September, October, November, February, March and April.
Trips to Iceland are available from Belfast International, Bristol, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Glasgow Airports and London Stansted for Winter 23/24.
Customers can choose from a wide selection of three-night or four-night trips, with trips taking place either in November or between February and March.
Flight-only or package holiday options are available, with package options with Jet2CityBreaks available for a low £60 per person deposit.
Jet2CityBreaks packages include a guided Northern Lights Tour, flights with Jet2.com, including 22kg hold luggage, coach transfers, as well as a choice of 3 and 4-star hotels in central Reykjavik.
In addition, a choice of excursions is also available to purchase including those to the South Shore, Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon.
All flights to Keflavík International Airport near Reykjavik will be operated by award-winning airline Jet2.com.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “We have continued to experience strong demand for flights and city breaks to Iceland from customers and independent travel agents, so we are very pleased to be expanding our programme today in response.
“This means we have our biggest ever programme on sale to Iceland for Winter 23/24 and the natural wonders of this magnificent destination, coupled with our award-winning product, means we expect these new flights and breaks to sell very quickly.”
Grétar Már Garðarsson, Director of Airline Relations and Route Development at Isavia, said:
“We at Keflavik Airport are delighted by the news that Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks have decided to expand their services between Iceland and the UK for the Winter 23/24 season.
“Keflavik Airport looks forward to welcoming even more Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks travellers and seeing our good relationship with Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks continuing for many years to come.”
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