Jet2 have announced flights from Bristol Airport to Iceland for Winter 2022 and Winter 2023, this is the first time flights to Iceland have been operated by Jet2 following strong demand for such flights and holidays.
Jet2 has become the UK’s leading leisure airline and the largest operator of city breaks to Europe, the company hs chosen to operate a series of dedicated flights and trips to Iceland, passengers can choose from three trips which are being operated at the best time of year for those wishing to experience the best sights of Iceland.
- Thursday 30th March (four-night trip)
- Monday 3rd April (three-night trip)
- Thursday 6th April (four-night trip)
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays commented “Iceland is a destination that has continued to see strong demand, so we are delighted to be launching a brand-new programme of dedicated trips and flights to Iceland from Bristol Airport for Winter 22/23. Thanks to this great programme of once-in-a-lifetime trips, we are giving customers and independent travel agents brilliant choice and flexibility. The unrivalled natural wonders of Iceland are making it a firm favourite with our customers, and the choice of award-winning flights and breaks through Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks, means we are looking ahead to a very busy programme next winter.”
Dave Lees, CEO, Bristol Airport also commented “We are delighted that Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks have added Iceland to their network route available from Bristol Airport for winter 2022/2023. This is great news for customers living in the South West and Wales as it provides another fantastic new destination from Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks and also offers a wider range of choices to fly to from their local airport. The additional destination by Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks demonstrates the ever-increasing pent-up demand for travel and shows the continued customer confidence in travelling abroad as we begin the New Year.”
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