Jet2.com adds Crete as a destination
Jet2.com announced a new sun destination from Manchester - the Greek Island of Crete! This Greek island brings the total number of destinations served from Manchester to 19!
Jet2.com has also increased the number of flights available to popular holiday destinations Tenerife and new destination Dalaman (Turkey) to meet demand for such holiday destinations in the region*.
In addition, Jet2.com will be extending newly launched Sharm el Sheikh to operate flights until the end of the summer season 09, giving fans of this destination more chance to visit this holiday haven.
As said by Jet2.com boss Philip Meeson, Jet2.com is increasing capacity as other competitors cut back and filling gaps where demand is clear.
Recently Jet2.com increased baggage allowance by 30% for its passengers, proving that Jet2.com really is the airline that offers more! Combined with a friendly efficient and comfortable service and great fares to the best destinations Jet2.com is the award winning** and friendly airline it's reputed to be!
Why not visit Jet2.com and Jet2holidays.com today and see what great deals you can get? Book now!
Manchester to Crete (Heraklion)
* Flights commence 19th May 09 starting from £68.99 one way inc taxes. Click here for the best fares
* Holidays start from £264pp for 7 nights self catering Click here for the best holiday deals! Book now!
* Manchester to Tenerife - Additional Saturday service added, Manchester / Dalaman, Turkey -Additional Friday service added. **Jet2.com voted best UK short haul airline and the second best Short Haul Airline in Europe for the third year running at the Guardian and Observer Travel Awards 2008.
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