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Jet2 launches summer 2023 programme from three more bases

Jet2holidays and sister airline Jet2.com have put 2023 summer sun programmes on sale from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle airports.

The addition of holidays and flights from the three bases comes a week after the company launched its summer 2023 programme from six bases – meaning nine of its ten UK bases are on sale for next summer.

Destinations across the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands feature in the programme, with mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Cyprus, Croatia, and Portugal available to book.

There are more than 170 weekly flights to the Canary Islands, upwards of 180 weekly flights to the Balearic Islands, over 200 weekly flights to 14 Greek destinations and almost 150 weekly flights to Turkey during peak times.

Further summer 2023 announcements are expected over the coming weeks.

Jet2 chief executive Steve Heapy said: “Following the positive response to six UK bases going on sale earlier than ever before just last week, we are very pleased to be adding Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle too.

“We know that customers want something to look forward to more than ever before, which is why we are putting our exciting summer sun 2023 programme on sale now.”

Heapy added: “This programme is not only giving customers and independent travel agents the chance to get ahead and book early, but it is giving them unrivalled choice and flexibility.

“As the leading airline and tour operator to so many leisure destinations across the Mediterranean and Canary Islands we operate a huge flying programme which puts the customer in control of how long they holiday for.

“We know that this flexibility, coupled with the fact that they know they are booking flights and Atol-protected package holidays with a company they can trust, will make our summer 2023 programme an enormous hit with customers and independent travel agents.”

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