Jet2 launches dedicated trips to Iceland

Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks has unveiled a new programme of ten dedicated trips to Iceland on sale for February and March 2019.

Travel agents can now offer their customers the option to fly out with the operator from five UK bases - Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle – and the choice of either a three-night midweek or four-night weekend trip to this increasingly popular destination.

Customers can opt for flight-only deals starting from £169 return or package options with Jet2CityBreaks starting from £599 and securable for a £60 per person deposit.

Package breaks include a guided Northern Lights Tour, flights with Jet2.com including 22kg hold luggage, transfers to and from the airport, as well as a choice of three- and four-star hotels in central Reykjavik. Excursions to the Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon are also available to purchase.

Steve Heapy, CEO for the holiday brand, said: “Iceland is a destination that is rapidly growing in popularity thanks to its abundance of natural wonders, such as the Northern Lights, Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon. As well as geothermal spas, geysers, natural parks and the incredible Aurora Borealis, Iceland also offers the ultimate city break destination in stylish Reykjavik, which is the world’s northernmost capital. This programme of dedicated allows independent travel agents to offer even more choice for Winter 2019. The beauty of Iceland, coupled with the benefits available through Jet2, means we are confident of a very successful programme.”

For further information go to trade.jet2holidays.com


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