Jet2holidays Launches Four New Destinations

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Jet2holidays has this week launched four new destinations that customers can choose from during Summer 2024 and 2025.

This article will cover the details surrounding Jet2holidays’ four newest destinations and their ever-expanding route network.

Jet2holidays Four New Destinations


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The four new destinations that Jet2holidays will be introducing are, Symi and the Athens Coast in Greece, Porto in Portugal and Pula in Croatia.

Both Symi and Athens will be part of Jet2’s Summer 24 program, and both Porto and Pula will be part of their Summer 25 program.

Flights to Athens will be operated from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted between May 2, 2024, through till October 31, 2024. Whereas, Symi will be operated from 11 UK airports given Symi is a satellite island near Rhodes and forms part of the Dodecanese Islands.

Passengers will spend one night in accommodation in Rhodes the before taking the 1.5 hour ferry across to the island of Symi the following day.

Joining Jet2CityBreaks, Porto in Portugal will commence in the Jet2 network from March 27, 2025 and run till November 9, 2025 and will be operated from nine UK airports.

Pula on the Istrian Coast in Croatia will be operated from three UK airports during Summer 25, those are, Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted.

Executive Comments


Commenting on yet even more growth for the UK operator, Chief Executive Officer of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, Steve Heapy, says, “Announcing four new destinations represents a significant expansion of our portfolio and it comes in direct response to the demand we are seeing from customers and independent travel agents.”

“As the UK’s leading tour operator to Greece, adding the incredible Athens Coast and Symi demonstrates our continued commitment to this wonderful country and we know how popular both destinations will be. On top of that, we are absolutely thrilled to introduce city breaks to the magnificent city of Porto for the first time, as well as add fantastic Pula to our Summer 25 programme.”

“This growth is only possible thanks to the loyalty of customers and independent travel agents. Throughout this year we have continued to work hard to provide them with the award-winning customer service that we are renowned for, and we are delighted to present them with this collection of four brilliant new destinations to choose from.”

“We know they will be extremely popular based on what we have heard from customers and independent travel agents.”

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