Jet2 Responds to High Demand for Flights to Iceland

AFP

Vala Hafstað

The British low-cost leisure airline Jet2 has decided to move its scheduled flights between  Manchester, England, and Iceland up by a month, mbl.is reports. The reason is high demand for trips to Iceland and expectations that Iceland will be defined as green on the list of British authorities once a ban on non-essential travel abroad will be lifted in the UK in mid-May.

In addition to flights to and from Manchester, scheduled flights and city trips will be offered to and from Birmingham twice a week – Mondays and Thursdays.

From Keflavík International Airport.

From Keflavík International Airport. mbl.is/Eggert Jóhannesson

The scheduled flights from Manchester are set to begin September 2 and from Birmingham September 30. The service will continue until November 22, 2021. It will then resume February 10, 2022, and continue until November 10, 2022, to Manchester, and until April 25, 2022, to Birmingham.

Travelers will have a choice between purchasing single tickets from Jet2.com and vacation packages from Jet2CityBreaks. In addition, Jet2 will offer 37 vacation packages from seven additional airports in the UK. These are Belfast International Airport, East-Midlands Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport, Glasgow Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Newcastle International Airport and London Stansted Airport.

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