JET2 has added more holidays to Greece and Cyprus for summer 2022.
Brits can start looking forward to sunnier days and warmer climates with summer holidays available to book now.
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From May 31 until October 25, return flights a week apart from Bristol to Malta will cost from £146pp.
There will be two flights every week from Bristol to Kefalonia with return flights starting at £145pp, and two flights every week to Larnaca, in Cyprus, with prices from £150pp.
There will also be three flights every week to Rhodes, with prices starting at £211pp.
From July 26 until August 30, there will be two flights per week from Newcastle to Kefalonia, with return flights seven nights apart starting at £312pp.
There will be two flights each day to Zante, costing from £349pp.
There will also be four flights every week to Corfu, costing from £295pp.
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Jet2 is also offering its VIP package holidays, which includes preferable flight times and a 22kg baggage allowance.
Steve Heapy, CEOn of Jet2, said: “With many customers missing out on holidays over the past two years, we are seeing strong demand for summer 2022, as more people look to book ahead and give themselves something to look forward to.
“As always, we have been quick to respond to demand by adding additional flights from Newcastle and Bristol airports, as well as launching a new and exclusive route from Bristol Airport, and offering customers and independent travel agents even more opportunity to look or enjoy some sunshine next summer.”
If that has got you in the mood to book a holiday, easyJet has also launched a summer sale with new routes from £15pp.
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Or if you’d prefer a cheaper stay close to home, Travelodge has got 150,000 rooms on sale from £7.25pp.
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