Jet2 announces new winter holiday destination from Edinburgh airport for 2021

Airline giant Jet2 has released details of its latest holiday programme planned for winter next year.

By Katharine Hay
Thursday, 19th November 2020, 4:29 pm

The company’s customers can now enjoy trips from Edinburgh Airport to Iceland, Jet2’s new destination of choice, during the winter break in 2021 and leading into 2022.

Holidaymakers can pick from flight-only or package holiday options with the airline’s new winter programme.

Package options are available for a £60 per person deposit using Jet2CityBreaks and include a guided Northern Lights Tour, flights with including 22kg hold luggage, transfers to and from the airport, as well as a choice of 3 or 4-star hotels in central Reykjavik.

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Northern lights in Iceland picture: supplied

Added activities available for purchase include excursions to the Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon and South Shore.

All flights to Keflavík International Airport near Reykjavik will be operated by Jet2.

The full programme from Edinburgh Airport is as follows:

4-night weekend trip on 14 – 18 October 2021

Northern lights in Iceland picture: supplied

3-night midweek trip on 18– 21 April 2022

Steve Heapy, chief executive of and Jet2holidays: said: “We are delighted to be putting our Iceland programme on sale from Edinburgh Airport for Winter 21/22, and to be offering customers fantastic choice and flexibility when it comes to experiencing this breathtaking Northern country.

“Iceland is a destination that is rapidly growing in popularity thanks to its huge variety of choice for travellers and we are delighted to be offering customers in the region these unforgettable trips once again.

"Whether it is geothermal spas, geysers, natural parks, the incredible Aurora Borealis or the world’s northernmost capital Reykjavik, this small North Atlantic island is truly unique.”

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