Jet2 expects demand to surge for Jersey holidays

Saturday, 28 May, 2021 0

Jet2 is expecting a significant uptick in demand to the Channel Islands after Jersey eased requirements for travel this summer.

Jersey is very much open to holidaymakers from the UK this summer, and Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have expanded flights and holidays programmes to Jersey.

The company will operate to the Island from six UK bases this summer – Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, East Midlands, Newcastle and London Stansted.

It will offer up to 11 weekly flights throughout the summer months, including three flights a week from Manchester and Leeds Bradord, and twice a week from London Stansted.

Jet2holidays offers 3-5 star accommodation available in Grouville, St Helier, St Brelade’s Bay, St Peter and St Aubin.

“With flights and holidays on sale to Jersey from six of our UK bases this summer, we know there will be very strong demand on the back of this update. We very much look forward to taking customers on their well-deserved holidays to Jersey,” said Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays.



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