Jet2 Has Just Had Its Busiest Weekend of the Summer

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This weekend (22nd and 23rd July) will be the most popular that Jet2 have ever experienced, with over 170,000 travelers taking to the skies with them.

Over 800 Jet2 Flights Took Place This Weekend…

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This weekend, over 800 flights will be operated by the leading leisure airline and UK’s largest tour operator.

These services will transport hundreds of thousands of people to and from around 60 destinations in the Mediterranean and Canary Islands.

Saturday (22nd) is especially busy, with 450 flights scheduled as people look forward to the summer holidays.

When it comes to holiday hotspots, three of the most sought-after are Majorca, Tenerife, and the Algarve’s Faro. Also highly desirable are places like the Balearic, Canaries, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, and Malta – all perfect for those wanting to bask in a bit of well-deserved warmth.

This summer will be and Jet2holidays’s most extensive program yet, with 15.5 million seats available for Summer 23 – an increase of more than 7% compared to last year’s season.

Continued Successes This Summer…

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Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, expressed that this year is set to be their busiest Saturday and Sunday ever due to the combination of peak summer season demand and continued growth.”

“His data also indicates that customers from all walks of life are looking forward to some summer sunshine.

He stated: “No matter how busy the summer may be, our team will remain dedicated to offering excellent customer service.”

“We have an extensive summer schedule of flights and holidays that will make your travel experience memorable in all positive aspects, so look no further than us for an award-winning airline and tour operator.”

It remains clear that Jet2 is having a very positive period, as demand for Summer travel continues to grow in volume.

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