Jet2 Expands Operations at London – Stansted for the 2023 Summer Season
Jet2 will expand at London – Stansted (STN) for the 2023 summer season, thanks to the securing of additional slots to increase its operations and the addition of an aircraft at the base.
The addition of the 15th aircraft at STN allows the British tour operator to increase the supply of seats and flights to popular destinations in Croatia, Turkey, Greece and the Balearic Islands. This expansion means Jet2.com and Jet2Holidays will operate more than 225 flights to 42 destinations from Stansted Airport by summer 2023.
With more than 2.1 million seats available for sale from London (STN) by next summer, this represents a 10% increase compared to 2022 levels. To meet passenger demand during the peak season, the company will reinforce the base with another aircraft increasing the base to 16 units.
Destinations with increased Jet2.com capacity at London – Stansted (STN)
Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca.
Greece: Corfu, Crete (Chania), Crete (Heraklion), Kos, Kefalonia and Rhodes.
Croatia: Dubrovnik, Split.
In addition to unveiling its expanded schedule for the northern summer 2023 from London – Stansted (STN), the tour operator will offer new Mediterranean destinations to Athens and Rome – Fiumicino.
“This expansion is the latest demonstration of our continued commitment to invest in our operations at London Stansted. Earlier this year we celebrated five years since launching flights and vacations from London Stansted, and from day one the feedback from customers and independent travel agents has been incredible” said Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays.
Jet2’s London – Stansted schedule for summer 2023
The tour operator will offer up to more than 225 weekly operations on 42 destinations.
Turkey: 30 weekly flights.
Spain: 83 weekly flights.
Portugal: 13 weekly flights.
Italy: 9 weekly flights.
Greece: 49 weekly flights.
Croatia: 9 weekly flights.
Cyprus: 11 weekly flights.
Malta: 2 weekly flights.
United Kingdom: one weekly flight.
This article was originally published by Rainer Nieves Dolande on Aviacionline in syndication with AirlineGeeks.