JET2’s summer 2021 flash sale, with £100 off per person on holidays and 10 per cent off flights, is ending tonight.
In addition, the Jet2 airline is also offering one million free child places for Summer 21.
This means that every flight next summer will have at least one free child place, and that the company has free child places available every day to every destination.
More than 50 destinations from nine UK bases are included in the sale offer.
The company has also launched a 5* Defaqto rated insurance product, which includes added Covid-19 cover for cancellations and medical claims abroad.
Just last week, Jet2’s boss said that the airline’s flights were also expected to be cheaper than ever this winter, as Brits need to be encouraged to travel abroad.
Holidays to Europe have been left in tatters after a number of short-notice quarantine restrictions were enforced by the UK government, hitting travellers in France, Spain and Malta.
Jet2 airline owner Dart Group has said prices will need to remain “enticing” for holidaymakers to book later this year.
The Dart Group said winter 20/21 bookings have yet to match capacity cuts, although it said bookings to date for summer 2021 were “encouraging”.
Philip Meeson, executive chairman of Dart Group, said: “Winter 20/21 forward bookings have yet to match our revised on-sale seat capacity, with customer bookings displaying a shorter lead time than in previous years.
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“Therefore, pricing for both our leisure travel products – end-to-end package holidays with Jet2holidays and flight-only seats with Jet2.com – will need to remain consistently enticing.
“For Summer 2021, we plan to fly to all our popular leisure destinations with an appropriate, tailored level of service, which we anticipate will be close to Summer 2019 seat capacity levels.
“Bookings to date are encouraging, with average load factors ahead of the same point last year and package holiday customer numbers as a proportion of total departing customers showing a material increase.”The airline has been restarting flights in recent weeks – Cyprus holidays resumed from August 17 while Portugal restarted on August 24.
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