and sister brand Jet2CityBreaks have expanded their Iceland programme, with flights now available from all nine UK bases for winter 2020-21.

Scheduled flights from Birmingham and Manchester will be available for the first time, alongside new packages from Stansted, Belfast International and Edinburgh airports.

Twice-weekly services from Manchester and Birmingham will operate on Mondays and Thursdays during the best periods to see the Northern Lights – October 1-November 23 and February 11-April 26. Three, four or seven-night stays are available.

There are 37 new packages available for passengers flying from Belfast International, Edinburgh and Stansted, offering three or four-night stays.

Customers booking packages with Jet2CityBreaks can stay in the capital Reykjavik and have a guided Northern Lights tour. Excursions to the Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon are available to purchase.

Flights start from £65 one-way. A three-night Jet2CityBreaks package in the Fosshotel Lind, Reykjavik, costs from £369 based on two sharing, departing from Birmingham on October 5.

Steve Heapy, chief executive of and Jet2holidays, said: “Following the enormous popularity of our services to Iceland, we are delighted to be offering a greatly expanded programme for winter 2020-21.

“It is our biggest ever, with scheduled flights and more trips on sale, meaning we are operating to this spectacular destination from all nine of our UK bases.

“Independent travel agents can offer customers great choice and flexibility when it comes to visiting this once-in-a-lifetime destination.

“Iceland is a destination that is rapidly growing in popularity thanks to its huge variety of choice for travellers.”

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