Jet2 puts expanded 2023/24 winter city break programme on sale

Thursday, 01 Sep, 2022 0 and Jet2CityBreaks unveiled an expanded winter city breaks programme for 2023/24. 

It offers a choice of eight leisure city break destinations for winter 2023/24, with flights and city breaks going on sale from six UK bases – Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and London Stansted Airports.

The expanded programme offers 28 routes to Athens, Barcelona, Budapest, Krakow, Paris, Prague, Rome and Venice.

The programme includes two brand-new winter city routes – London Stansted to Athens and London Stansted to Rome, as well as additional services to Athens from Manchester Airport in December and January.

Package options with Jet2CityBreaks include flights with as well as a choice of 2-5-star hotels in central locations.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: “We want to deliver what our customers and independent travel agent partners want, so have put on sale a fantastic selection of city break destinations in winter 2023/24.”

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