Jet2 extends season to Malta

Wednesday, 08 Jun, 2022 0

Responding to very strong demand, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have extended the season to Malta.

Flights will operate during the winter period from Birmingham, Leeds Bradford and London Stansted airports for the first time since winter 2019/20.

In addition, the season to Malta from Manchester Airport has also been extended.

Representing nearly 6,000 additional seats going on sale, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays are increasing capacity to Malta compared to winter 2021 by over 60%.

The additional flights include Monday services extended to 28 November 2022 and restarting from 13 February 2023 from Birmingham.

London Stansted’s Thursday service is extended until 24 November 2022 and restarts from 16 February 2023.

Malta International Airport CEO Alan Borg said: “We are delighted that the UK will benefit from increased connectivity to Malta in the off-peak months through Jet2.com’s vote of confidence in our islands.”



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Learn more about :   Jet2.com ( United Kingdom )     Jet2holidays ( United Kingdom )  

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