Jet2 puts summer 2025 programme on sale

By Lisa James
Home » Jet2 puts summer 2025 programme on sale and Jet2holidays have put their biggest-ever summer sun programme on sale for 2025 from all eleven UK airports the operator flies from.

The programme features 46 destinations, representing over 16 million seats and more than 350 routes, including six new ones.

Flights and holidays are on sale today for summer 2025 from Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool John Lennon, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle International airports.

In addition to popular destinations such as the Canaries, Balearics, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Cyprus, Croatia, Montenegro, Malta, Bulgaria, France, Austria, and Portugal, Jet2 has expanded its flying  programmes to Bulgaria and Malta.

New services include a weekly flight to Kalamata from Bristol, while from Edinburgh there will be twice-weekly flights to Catania and the reintroduction of a weekly service to Bourgas. From Liverpool there will be three new services: a weekly flight to Malta, a twice-weekly service to Reus and a three-times-a-week service to Malaga.

CEO Steve Heapy said: “We are seeing strong demand from customers and independent travel agents wanting to book their summer sun early and get the best availability and choice. As the UK’s largest tour operator, we have listened to what our customers are telling us and reacted by putting our Summer 25 Sun programme on sale nice and early.

“By going on sale today, we are giving customers the chance to lock in the price of their holiday now, have their pick of the best choice of destinations, hotels, rooms and flights and spread the cost.

“Our Summer 25 Sun programme represents our largest programme to date, and the scale and size of this means customers and independent travel agents have lots of choice and flexibility when it comes to getting away.

“In addition to expanding our flying programme, we are also investing in our operations at Birmingham, Liverpool John Lennon, London Stansted and Manchester by adding in additional aircraft at these airports.

“We will also be introducing three new Airbus A321 neo aircraft at Edinburgh Airport. This means we will have our new aircraft based at Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester Airports for summer 25, enabling us to grow more sustainably in line with demand for our award-winning flights and holidays.”

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