Jet2.com unveils 2023/24 winter flights to the Alps

It serves seven destinations: Chambéry, Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Turin. In a special, the ski trolley costs £1 return to entice people to book early for the following season.

Flights begin on December 16, 2023 and end on April 14, 2024.

There are 35 routes and over 60 weekly ski flights during peak periods.

The ski lift offer applies if customers make a new reservation by October 31, 2022.

Jet2.com’s complete ski program for winter 23/24:

Chambery – ski flights on sale from five British bases (Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and London Stansted), offering quick and easy access to ski resorts in France, including the Three Valleys.

The ski areas of Alpe d’Huez, Chamonix, La Plagne and Val d’Isère are accessible from Chambéry.

Geneva – a program of ski flights on sale from eight British bases (Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle).

With nearly 30 weekly flights departing at key times, giving access to many ski resorts including Tignes, Flaine, Verbier, Zermatt and the Three Valleys.

Salzburg – ski flights on sale from nine British bases (Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle).

Salzburg opens up some of the best in the Austrian Alps and over 300 resorts including Kaprun, Mayrhofen and Obertauern.

Grenoble – host of the 1968 Winter Olympics, Grenoble provides a gateway to the French Alps, with more than 175 ski resorts nearby, including Morzine, Chamonix, Chamrousse, Les Deux Alpes, Alpe d’Huez and Avoriaz. On sale from Birmingham, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle.

Torino – the legacy of the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics means skiers can enjoy quick transfers to well-established ski resorts such as Pila, Vars, Le Corbier and Val d’Isere.

With 400km of trails in the Milky Way region along the mountainous backdrop of the Monterosa Network, there’s plenty to do with services available from Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester.

Innsbruck – skiers and snowboarders can access the Tyrolean capital from Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, London Stansted and Manchester.

Innsbruck hosted the 1964 Winter Olympics and resorts like Igls, Alpbach and St Anton am Arlberg are within easy reach.

Lyons – with flights on sale from Manchester Airport, you have access to several major French ski resorts such as Tignes, Les Arcs and Alpe d’Huez, as well as several smaller ski resorts for those wishing trying to get away from the crowd.

Lyon Airport, gateway to the French Alps. Image © PlanetSKI.

“Customer feedback tells us how much they want to reserve their spot on the slopes for next winter,” said Jet2.com and Jet2holidays CEO Steve Heapy.

“As always, we have responded to this demand by putting a fantastic 23/24 winter ski program on sale across our ten UK bases.

“With seven ski destinations available through Jet2.com, it gives skiers and snowboarders access to some of the best ski resorts in the world.

“Offering fantastic choice and flexibility, skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes for a weekend, short break or longer, while traveling with our award-winning airline and benefiting from our VIP customer service, from 22 kg of baggage and a ski allowance.

“With so many skiers and snowboarders already looking ahead to winter 23/24, we are looking forward to another successful ski season.”

Ski destinations by base for winter 2023/24:

Belfast International – Salzburg (weekly services)

birmingham – Chambéry (weekly services), Geneva (up to three weekly services), Grenoble (up to two weekly services), Innsbruck (weekly services), Salzburg (weekly services) and Turin (weekly services)

Bristol – Chambery (weekly services), Innsbruck (weekly services) and Salzburg (weekly services)

East Midlands – Geneva (weekly services) and Salzburg (weekly services)

Edinburgh – Geneva (up to two weekly services), Salzburg (weekly services), Innsbruck (weekly services) and Turin (weekly services)

Glasgow – Geneva (weekly services)

Leeds–Bradford – Chambery (weekly services), Geneva (up to seven weekly services) and Salzburg (weekly services)

London Stansted – Chambéry (up to two weekly lines), Geneva (up to seven weekly lines), Grenoble (weekly lines), Innsbruck (weekly lines) and Salzburg (weekly lines)
Manchester – Chambery (up to three weekly services), Geneva (up to six weekly services), Grenoble (up to two weekly services), Innsbruck (up to three weekly services), Lyon (weekly services), Salzburg ( up to two weekly services) services) and Turin (weekly services)

Newcastle – Geneva (weekly services), Grenoble (weekly services) and Salzburg (weekly services).

Image c/o PlanetSKI

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