British airline Jet2 will offer April flights to Menorca from 2020 for the first time, starting its programme to the Spanish island a month earlier than in previous years.
The airline says it had seen demand for holidays to Menorca earlier in the season, and launching its programme on April 5 will mean customers will be able to spend Easter on the island. Jet2 will provide flights from Birmingham, Manchester and Stansted, operating a total of 26 additional return flights and 10,000 more seats.
CEO Steve Heapy 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 Menorca earlier in the season and for Easter.”
Menorca tourism minister Maite Salord said: “Jet2’s 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.”
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