Archive Ski Bookings Snowball…Biggest Ski-son Ever!

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December 23, 2016 at 08:53 is celebrating the start of a record ski season with more customers than ever heading off in search of snow this winter.

This comes as we kick off ski flights for the winter and prepare to wave off new flights to Geneva (from Glasgow), Grenoble (from Glasgow, Leeds Bradford and Newcastle), Sofia (from Manchester) and Turin (from Edinburgh) – with many of these flights launching this week.

These new routes, along with additional flights, means that this ski-son will be our BIGGEST EVER with flights operating to 8 top ski destinations in total: Andorra (Barcelona), Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon, Salzburg, Turin, Verona plus BRAND NEW route for 2016/17, Sofia (Bulgaria).

With ski flights starting from as little as £29 one way including taxes, departing from Edinburgh, East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle Airports, it’s never been easier to hit the slopes.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays said: “Thanks to our low fares and ski-friendly flight times, our ski programme continues to grow in popularity and this year has been no exception, with more passengers than ever before jetting off to the slopes. The early dumps of snow in the Alps have had a huge effect too, so we’re looking forward to a very successful ski season.

“In response to this demand, we’ve given our customers more choice than ever before with six new routes and access to 80 of the best resorts in Europe. With such a great choice of ski destinations on our award-winning airline, and an industry leading 22kg of baggage allowance for skiers, there’s no wonder so many people are sloping off with us this ski season!”

There’s still time to book or fit in a second trip to some of Europe’s top ski and snowboarding resorts this winter.

Flexible flight times and a ski-friendly 22kg baggage allowance make a long weekend break or a week’s holiday simple with easy access to top ski resorts across Europe. Bag your own great value break to the mountains at now.