Jet2 launching 2 new Greek routes for summer 2020 season

Oct 30, 2019

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Jet2 is giving holiday goers new options for getting to the Greek Islands. The low-cost carrier is adding two new Greek destinations for its summer 2020 schedule.

Beginning May 2020, Jet2 will add new routes from Manchester (MAN) and London Stansted (STN) to Mytilene (MJT) and Kalamata (KLX). The carrier said that its decision to add the two routes is in response to “enormous demand”, especially following the collapse of holiday group Thomas Cook.

The Manchester to Mytilene service will operate two times weekly on Thursdays and Sundays, and the Stansted to Mytilene service will operate just once weekly on Sundays. The summer seasonal route will operate between 2 May and 10 October 2020.

Meanwhile, the Manchester to Kalamata route will operate with twice weekly service on Wednesdays and Sundays. The Stansted to Kalamata route will operate just once weekly on Sundays. The two Kalamata routes will start operations on 3 May and continue through 1 November 2020.

With the addition of the Lesvos and Peloponnese destinations, Jet2 will operate to a total of 12 Greek destinations from the U.K. for the summer 2020 season. The destinations include Lesvos, Peloponnese, Skiathos, Preveza, Corfu, Crete (Heraklion and Chania), Kefalonia, Kos, Rhodes, Halkidiki and Zante.

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