Jet2 boosts Easter ski flights
Jet2.com is meeting the strong demand from skiers and snowboarders by adding more Easter ski flights to Geneva.
The additional capacity comes as the Swiss Government confirms that pre-arrival testing is no longer required for vaccinated customers.
Jet2 is also restarting its programme of ski flights to the French Alps this weekend, with flights taking off once again to Lyon, Chambery and Grenoble.
The company is reporting their strong sales across all eight ski destinations that Jet2.com operates to – Chambery, Geneva, Grenoble, Innsbruck, Lyon, Salzburg, Turin and Barcelona (Andorra).
There are additional Geneva services from Birmingham (2d and 9 April), Glasgow (2 and 9 April), Leeds Bradford (16 April), Manchester (2 and 23 April) and London Stansted (Sundays from 27 March to 10 April and Saturday 2 and 16 April).
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: "All eight ski destinations that we have on sale this winter are looking extremely popular, and it is obvious that snow sports fans want to make the ski season last for as long as possible too."
In response to that, we are expanding our Easter ski programme so that customers have even more choice when it comes to hitting the best slopes in Europe.."
Jet2.com is offering 10% off all ski flights.
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