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Jet2 extends Summer 20 programme to Menorca

 Jet2.com and Jet2holidays for the first time have announced an extended Summer 20 season to Menorca with flights and holidays available from early-April to the island.

The company commences flights from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted. With 26 additional return services and an extra 10,000 seats in total, holidaymakers now have the chance to enjoy the Easter holiday period in Menorca.

At a meeting with Menorcan hoteliers and representatives from the Menorca Tourist Board, the company pledged to not just fill rooms during the peak season, but to work in partnership with hoteliers and the tourist board to achieve the best results outside of that period.

Steve Heapy, CEO of the leisure airline and holiday specialist, said: “As well as being a firm favourite with holidaymakers during the peak summer holiday period, Menorca is a destination that is attracting more and more customers in the shoulder seasons. With stunning natural beauty, secret beaches, historic architecture and a wealth of culture on offer, we know these April services will be extremely popular with customers who want to visit earlier in the season and for Easter's announcement is further evidence of our commitment to this fantastic destination and is living proof that we are not just working to fill hotels in the peak summer season but that we are working with hoteliers and the Tourist Board to achieve the best possible results in shoulder seasons too. We will continue to stick to these principles so that we can continue flying happy holidaymakers to on a package holiday they can trust.”

Maite Salord, vice president and minister for tourism of Menorca, said: "Jet2.com and Jet2holidays’ commitment to advance operations by a month in 2020 demonstrates its confidence in Menorca as a tourist destination, a confidence that has been demonstrated year after year to the point of becoming one of the British operators with the largest share of business on the island.

“Undoubtedly, this decision is an important step towards achieving the desired deseasonalisation, a priority goal for Menorca for the economic and social benefits it brings to the island.

 “I have to admit that none of this would have been possible without the active involvement of the Menorcan businessmen who have led the commitment and the joint work. The united efforts and the great predisposition of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have been decisive for in improving its Spring 2020 activity."

Visit www.jet2.com or www.jet2holidays.com to know more.


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