adds Ryder Cup flights to Rome adds Ryder Cup flights to Rome

Saturday, 07 Dec, 2022 0 is adding extra Ryder Cup flights to Rome for golf fans.

Marco Simone Golf and Country Club outside Rome hosts the Ryder Cup next year.

Jet2 has put on extra flights to Rome from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted airports, following strong bookings. already operates flights to Rome from six UK airports during the tournament.

The additional Ryder Cup flights mean that will now operate 27 weekly flights from the UK to Rome during the tournament.

As well as seat-only deals customers can also book Jet2CityBreaks packages.

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