Jet2holidays puts summer 2023 programme on sale

Jet2holidays has put its 2023 summer sun programme on sale from six UK bases earlier than ever before in a bid to capitalise on “strong demand” from customers.

Package holidays, as well as flights with sister airline, are available from Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Manchester and Stansted.

Destinations that have gone on sale for summer 2023 include the Canaries, Balearics, mainland Spain, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Cyprus, Croatia, and Portugal.

The programme includes more than 135 weekly flights to the Canary Islands, more than 150 weekly flights to the Balearic Islands, almost 200 weekly flights to 14 Greek destinations and almost 120 weekly flights to Turkey during peak times.

The UK’s second largest Atol holder said it will be making further summer 2023 announcements “over the coming weeks” with summer sun to go on sale from more of its 10 UK bases, and city break options to be launched.

Steve Heapy, chief executive of and Jet2holidays, said: “This is the earliest we have ever put our summer sun programme on sale because we know that customers want something to look forward to more than ever before.

“Following the recent good news about the reopening of international travel, we have seen strong demand from customers wanting to get that all-important dose of sunshine booked in and this summer 2023 programme helps them do exactly that.

“As the leading tour operator to many leisure destinations across the Mediterranean and Canary Islands we are providing customers and independent travel agents with unrivalled choice to their favourite destinations.

“This scale, coupled with customers wanting to book a flight or package holiday with a company that they know will look after them no matter what happens, means we are looking forward to a very successful summer 2023.”

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