and Jet2holidays has today put a wide selection of summer 2021 flights and holidays from Glasgow airport on sale.

The early launch means more than one million seats are now available, offering flights to 33 destinations – including the Canaries, Balearics, Spanish mainland, Greece, Turkey and Portugal.

The airline is already selling its summer 2021 programme from Edinburgh airport, so today’s announcement means that there are almost two million seats on sale to 39 destinations from the two bases.

There will be more than 180 flights departing every week during peak periods.

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The Canaries will be served by several weekly services from both bases to Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura.

There will also be services from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Majorca, Ibiza and Menorca.

Seven Greek destinations are on offer – Corfu, Crete, Rhodes and Zante from both bases, Kos and Halkidiki from Edinburgh and Kefalonia from Glasgow.

The Turkish destinations of Dalaman, Antalya, Bodrum and Izmir will be served from both bases.

Both airports will serve Malaga, Alicante, Reus and Girona in mainland Spain, as well as Barcelona and Costa de Almeria from Glasgow.

Furthermore, both bases will fly to Faro and Madeira in Portugal; Paphos and Larnaca in Cyprus; Bourgas in Bulgaria; and Dubrovnik in Croatia. Edinburgh will also offer Pula and Split in Croatia.

There will be two weekly services to Malta from Glasgow.

In Italy, Naples can be reached from both bases, while there will be services to Rome from Glasgow, and services to Venice and Verona from Edinburgh.

Jet2CityBreaks will offer two weekly services to Krakow and Prague from Glasgow.

Steve Heapy, chief executive of and Jet2holidays, said: “We are putting our summer programme on sale earlier than ever from Edinburgh and Glasgow airports, giving customers and independent travel agents the chance to book early.

“There continues to be strong demand for our award-winning flights and holidays from Scottish customers.”