Published on July 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Jet2 Restarts Service from Belfast

Jet2 has restarted services from Belfast International Airport to sun destinations in Europe following the easing of travel restrictions across most of Europe. The airline operated 22 flights from airports across the UK including Belfast with flights to Palma, Mahon and Ibiza in the Balearic Islands as well as Madeira. Flights to Malta will commence in the coming days with the airline reporting a surge in bookings to these destinations for travel throughout July and August.

CEO at Jet2, Steve Heapy

Commenting on the resumption of flights, CEO of Jet2, Steve Heapy said, “We are delighted to see our flights take off again today and to be resuming our award-winning flights and holidays programme to the Balearic Islands and Madeira. We have seen 22 flights depart from Belfast International, Birmingham, Glasgow, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle and London Stansted today, and we have been filling those flights up thanks to a surge in bookings for flights and holidays in July and August. We know how much pent-up demand there is from our customers and independent travel agents to enjoy our award-winning flights and real package holidays once again, and we have already added extra flights to Madeira to cope with demand. It is fantastic to be back in the air and doing what we do best – delivering award winning customer service and package holidays you can trust! We look forward to more destinations being added to the UK’s Green List very soon and taking more customers away on their much-needed holidays.”

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