Jet2 launches hundreds of new hotels & 20 new flight routes for 2022 – with free child places and £60 deposit

JET2 has launched holidays to an additional 500 hotels and 20 new flight routes for summer 2022 and 2023.

New hotel destinations include Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Canary Islands, Bulgaria, Malta, Cyprus, Balearic Islands and Croatia.

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The travel company is also offering thousands of free child places and low deposits.

Customers can book with a deposit of £60pp, which can be paid off with interest-free monthly payments.

Jet2's new flight routes include London Stanstead to Sicily and Sardinia, from Manchester to Jersey and Santorini, and from Bristol to Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca and Crete.

A family of four can head to Turkey for seven nights in June 2023, including flights from Newcastle, 22kg bag allowance each, 10kg hand baggage each and airport transfer, from £1,023, or £255.75pp.

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Or get the same package but in Spain, including flights from Bristol, from £1,059, or £264.75pp.

Free child places are available when a child is travelling with at least two adults paying full price.

A free child place entitles a child to flights, hotel transfer and accommodation for free.

For those looking for something a little different, Sandals holidays are 45 per cent off – with an extra £700 discount on some package deals.

Or for a staycation on a budget, Haven 2022 holidays are on sale for next summer.

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