If you’re hoping to get away for ski holidays next winter then you may want to check out Jet2’s latest offering. Found some Cheap Jet Skis for sale here. The travel giant has just put its winter 2021/2022 flights on sale, for travel between mid-December through to mid-April.
When we took a look, there were fares from £39 each way to be found to heaps of hotspots including Geneva and Grenoble, based on return flights in February 2022.
That’s because Jet2 currently has a sale with 10% off flights for travel through to November 13, 2022 – and since the deal’s valid on ALL flights, it includes the latest winter additions.
The £39pp fares we found included flights from London Stansted and Manchester to Geneva, Manchester to Grenoble, and Bristol to Salzburg. To make use of the discount you’ll need to book your flights on jet2.com by March 31, 2021.
(It’s worth noting the discount won’t apply to extras such as sports equipment).
There’s an impressive array of ski destinations to choose from. In fact, Jet2 has just expanded its network to include new flights to Chambery, France, which serves resorts such as Alpe d’Huez, Chamonix, La Plagne and Val d’Isère.
That makes for SEVEN ski destinations on offer – it already offers flights to Barcelona (Andorra), Geneva, Grenoble, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Turin.
The new Chambery flights will operate weekly from Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds Bradford and London Stansted, and there will also be twice-weekly flights from Manchester airport.
The company has also launched seven different routes for existing destinations between the UK and the ski hotspots.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has seen this winter’s ski season written off for most resorts, with ongoing travel restrictions meaning that ski lifts were kept closed and tourists unable to visit.
However, there already seems to be an appetite for getting back on the slopes as soon as it’s possible again.
For example, all-inclusive holidays firm Club Med revealed that it was expecting next season to be its most successful to date. Within 24 hours of opening sales, it saw online bookings up 71% compared to last year when sales first opened.
Meanwhile while Crystal Ski Holidays cancelled holidays for the rest of the 2020/2021 winter season back in February, it revealed that it was still seeing high demand and bookings between December 2021 and April 2022.
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