Jet2 releases summer 2024 city breaks programme

Thursday, 16 Nov, 2022 0 and Jet2CityBreaks announced an expanded city breaks programme for summer 2024

Ten destinations are on sale from six UK bases.

The programme is on sale earlier than ever before and includes a brand-new route from London Stansted to Nice.

It comes just weeks after the announcement of the companies’ biggest ever summer sun programme for 2024.

Jet2 now has a dedicated city breaks programme on sale from Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle International and London Stansted Airports.

Destinations include Athens, Barcelona, Budapest, Krakow and Prague.

It represents over one million seats on sale.

Flights operate on a Thursday, Friday, Sunday, or Monday.

 Jet2 is launching a new route for summer 2024 from London Stansted Airport to Nice.

Two weekly services will operate to the French Riviera.

It means holidaymakers can choose from a total of 56 beach and city destinations in summer 2024.

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