Jet2 adds more Turkey flights for next winter


Jet2 adds more Turkey flights for next winter

Friday, 02 Feb, 2023 0

Jet2 is adding more Turkey flights and holidays for winter 2023/2024.

It is boosting capacity to Dalaman and Antalya as well as Paphos Cyprus.

The expansion represents an extra 32,000 seats on sale.

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays are tadding capacity to Dalaman from all ten UK bases.

Over 15,000 additional seats have gone on sale.

Antalya has over 6,000 seats from nine UK airports.

As well as the Turkey flights,, over 10,500 seats have gone on sale to Paphos with extra flights departing during December and over the New Year from several airports..

Jet2 says demand is strong for Turkey and Cyprus winter sun holidays.



Learn more about :   Jet2.com ( United Kingdom )  



 

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