Jet2 adds four more hotspot destinations

JET2 is preparing for a sizzling summer next year.

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The low cost airline is planning to extend its fleet of holiday jets at Glasgow and launch flights to four more hotspot destinations including Cyprus and Turkey.

Thousands of extra passengers have already jetted out of Glasgow this summer since Jet2 chiefs introduced a fifth aircraft earlier this year.

The airline and sister firm Jet2holidays admit that demand over the last 12 months has soared by a third, and today the holiday group took the wraps off its biggest ever flying programme.

It is bringing a sixth plane to Glasgow next summer which will enable the airline to fly a staggering 350,000 holidaymakers.

The four new summer destinations are the Turkish city of Antalya, Larnaca in Cyprus, the Mediterranean island of Malta and the Czech capital of Prague. The flights to Prague stopped in 2009 when Flyglobespan went bust.


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