Jet2 announces expanded ‘winter sun’ flights from Bristol Airport

With continued demand for Winter Sun, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have today (August 10) put an expanded Winter Sun programme on sale from Bristol Airport for Winter 23/24. The airline is increasing its Winter Sun capacity by 50 per cent in the companies’ second full winter of operations.

The airline and tour operator has a range of Winter Sun destinations on sale from Bristol Airport thanks to this expansion. The company said its Ski and City Winter 23/24 destinations going on sale from the airport will be announced next month too.

It said: “With 12 popular Winter Sun destinations going on sale from Bristol Airport, the unrivalled programme includes three brand-new routes for Winter 23/24 from the base – Malaga, Malta and Palma (Majorca), as well as increased flying to the Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote). As a result of this, the airline and tour operator is offering up to 18 weekly services to the Canary Islands from Bristol Airport next winter – meaning their programme to the Canaries is increasing by a third next winter.

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“The expansion does not end there. On the back of strong demand for winter sun and award-winning customer service from local holidaymakers, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have also announced expanded Winter Sun programmes in 23/24 to Alicante and Antalya, with even more choice and flexibility for customers and independent travel agents.

“The other Winter Sun destinations going on sale for Winter 23/24 from the base include Portugal (Faro and Madeira) and Cyprus (Paphos). This gives customers and independent travel agents fantastic choice and flexibility when it comes to booking or enjoying some Winter Sun.”

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays are offering over 30 flights per week to these destinations with multiple weekly, daily and even multiple daily services available during winter from early-November through to the end of April, it said.

The full breakdown is as follows:

  • Tenerife (up to eight weekly services)
  • Lanzarote (up to four weekly services)
  • Gran Canaria (up to three weekly services)
  • Fuerteventura (up to three weekly services)
  • NEW Malaga (up to two weekly services)
  • Alicante (up to three weekly services)
  • NEW Palma (Majorca) (up to two weekly services)
  • Antalya (up to three weekly services)
  • Faro (up to two weekly services)
  • Madeira (weekly services)
  • Paphos (weekly services)
  • NEW Malta (weekly services)

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: “We are seeing strong demand from customers across the South West and Wales wanting to escape the long British winter by booking their Winter 23/24 holiday nice and early. In response to this, we are stepping in by putting our Winter Sun programme on sale from Bristol Airport.

“We are pleased to be responding to the huge demand by launching three brand-new winter routes from the base for Winter 23/24, on top of offering a fantastic selection of other popular Winter Sun destinations. With more customers than ever wanting to give themselves something to look forward to next year, we have no doubt that these hotspots will be extremely popular with both customers and independent travel agents in the region.

“The unrivalled programme on sale from Bristol Airport means customers and independent travel agents need look no further when it comes to booking or travelling on their well-deserved holidays next year. The strong demand we are seeing for Winter Sun means we are looking ahead with real confidence and look forward to revealing even more details of our exciting Winter 23/24 programme from Bristol Airport very soon.”

For further information and to book visit www.jet2.com or www.jet2holidays.com

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