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Published on Thursday, January 30, 2020

Jet2 expands Iceland programme



Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks is expanding its Iceland programme for winter 20/21 with new scheduled flights from Birmingham and Manchester airports.





In addition, Jet is offering 'once-in-a-lifetime' trips from Stansted, Belfast and Edinburgh.


The expanded programme means Iceland is accessible from all nine of its UK bases.


Services will operate on Monday and Thursdays from Birmingham and Manchester, between October 1-November 23 2020 and February 11-April 26 2021, during the best times to see the Northern Lights.


Three, four and seven-night stays are available.


In addition, Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks has also expanded its programme of dedicated trips to Iceland, launching trips from Belfast International, Edinburgh and Stansted airports for the first time.


Customers now have the choice of 37 three-night or four-night trips to the Nordic island with 15 trips taking place between October and November and 22 trips taking place between February and April.


Two trips will be offered each from Belfast and Edinburgh, one from each airport in October and April; five trips will operate each from East Midlands, Stansted and Glasgow; eight from Leeds Bradford and 10 from Newcastle.


Pic: David Mark, Pixabay

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