Jet2holidays and Jet2.com have expanded their summer 2018 programme and added some seriously glamorous destinations to the line-up!
The holiday giants revealed they will be offering three new sun-soaked European destinations next summer: Malta, Naples and Nice, all of which will include departures from London Stansted.
If you’re after a destination that’s rich in history and culture, then the unique island of Malta should be on your radar – check our round-up of the best things to see and do here . There will be two services every week including flights on Saturdays.
Meanwhile, foodies and budding artists will want to head to the bustling Italian city of Naples, one of the oldest in the country – there will be three services running there every week.
If you can, it’s worth extending your trip and also paying a visit to the nearby Amalfi Coast, a hit with celebrities for its breathtaking views. Check out 5 reasons why you should visit it here .
Finally, if it’s a mix of a city getaway and a beach trip that you’re after, then Nice, France should be top of your list.
There will be six services every week to the capital of the French Riviera, where you can soak up the rays and enjoy a luxury holiday for less.
The addition of the trio means there will be a total of 33 destinations on offer for summer 2018, including a series of new summer hotspots that the company had previously unveiled including Bodrum, Costa de Almeria, Halkidiki, Kefalonia and Verona.
The mix of city breaks and beach holidays are sure to cater to every holidaymaker type – and the good news is that you can already book your trip as tickets have gone on sale .
The new destinations on offer go hand-in-hand with Jet2’s expansion at London Stansted.
In fact, the airline is adding a further 200,000 seats on its routes from the airport, marking a total of 1.4 million seats on sale.
It’s also increasing their weekly flights to a number of sunshine holiday hotspots including Turkey, Gran Canaria, Menorca, Girona, Paphos, Dubrovnik and Verona.
To support the influx of passengers, the company will be adding extra aircraft into operation at Stansted, bringing them to a total of 10 for summer 2018.