Jet2 adding Athens winter flights

Monday, 25 Apr, 2022 0

Jet2 announced the launch of winter services to Athens for the first time, from Manchester and Birmingham.

It will operate flights and city breaks to Athens in November 2022 and February and March 2023.

There will be up to two weekly services (Thursday and Sunday) from each base during this time.

It follows the recent launch announcement of flights and city breaks to Athens for summer 2022.

Jet2CityBreaks has a range of 3-5* hotels available in Athens City, in neighbourhoods such as Koukaki, Monastiraki and Plaka.

Customers can choose from a flight-only with leisure airline,, or a package option with Jet2CityBreaks available for £60 per person deposit.

Jet2 operates scheduled services to 12 city break destinations for winter 2022/23, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Budapest, Paris, Rome, Krakow, Prague and Venice.

Additionally, a Christmas Markets programme will operate with and Jet2CityBreaks to six destinations.

These are Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Prague, Copenhagen and Vienna.

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