Jet2 extends Bodrum 2023 season

Friday, 01 Jul, 2022 0

Jet2 has brought forward the start of their summer 2023 season to Bodrum, with flights operating from the beginning of April from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted Airports. 

The leisure airline and tour operator to Turkey have added more flights and holidays to Bodrum from the three airports, with services now starting from 3 April onwards.

The addition of the new flights comes in response to customer demand for early summer sun.

The additional services mean and Jet2holidays are operating up to seven weekly services to Bodrum during April 2023.

There are twice-weekly flights from Manchester starting 6 April 2023.

Birmingham has Monday and Friday services from 3 April and Stansted service departs twice a week also from 3 April.

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