JetsGo Holidays to offer packages from Manchester airport next summer

JetsGo Holidays to offer packages from Manchester airport next summer

Spanish specialist independent operator, JetsGo Holidays, is to offer packages from Manchester airport next summer.

The company is to run weekly flights from Manchester from May 2016.

The Palma-based operator, founded in 2014 by chief executive Daniel Reilly, will use a Small Planet Airlines Airbus A320 to serve Majorca.

Flights will run on Saturdays between May 28 and September 24.

Prices start at £230 per person for seven nights self-catering and £290pp for all inclusive breaks.

Reilly, whose experience includes launching a low-cost flight operator from Yorkshire and as an aircraft broker, said: “The whole team at JetsGo Holidays is looking forward to commencing our new holidays to Majorca from Manchester airport next summer.

“We offer a range of 3-5 star accommodation in all of the main resorts on the island from self-catering apartments to luxury all-inclusive resorts.

“We don’t offer below 3 star on our package holidays to ensure a higher standard for customers.

“With our transparent pricing and friendly service, we hope passengers enjoy their holidays as much as we do putting them together.”

Manchester airport head of aviation marketing, Patrick Alexander, said: "It is a pleasure to welcome JetsGo Holidays to Manchester airport, the UK's global gateway from the north. We are sure the addition of their excellent holidays to Spain will prove popular with our 22.9 million annual passengers.

“We are seeing more and more passengers ‘Fly Manchester’, which is evident after our most successful year on record.

"With our two full length runways and a £1 billion transformation program announced, Manchester airport has, and will continue to have, the available capacity and demand to meet the needs of our catchment that extends as far north as Scotland and south to the Midlands.”

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