Jet2 announces major summer expansion and Jet2holidays, the leading leisure airline and UK’s leading tour operator, have announced a significantly expanded programme for Summer 23 from three of their biggest UK bases.

The companies have announced more flights, more holidays and brand-new destinations for next summer from Birmingham, London Stansted and Manchester Airports, with an additional aircraft coming into operation at Jet2’s three biggest bases to support the extension.

Following strong demand for flights and ATOL protected package holidays, Jet2 has added brand-new Sicily and Sardinia from Birmingham Airport and Tivat from Manchester Airport. The introduction of two world famous capitals, Athens and Rome from London Stansted will also see and Jet2CityBreaks operate city breaks to these destinations from the base.

With the addition, Jet2 is offering customers and independent travel agents a choice of 57 sun and city leisure destinations from across their network of ten UK bases for Summer 23. Detailed schedule of destinations on offer is available at:

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays said: ‘Hot on the heels of being recognised as Which? Travel Brand of the Year, we are announcing more award-winning flights and holidays for customers and independent travel agents to choose from. The addition of more destinations and extra capacity from three bases comes on the back of enormous demand for our award-winning flights and holidays from Birmingham, London Stansted and Manchester Airports and, as always, we are quick to respond. Summer 23 will see an additional aircraft come into our fleet at each of these bases, meaning local holidaymakers and independent travel agents have even more choice and flexibility. The addition of new destinations from Birmingham, London Stansted and Manchester Airports really expands our offering. In addition to flying customers to their favourite holiday destinations from these bases, we continue to have a laser focus on delivering the very best experience so that customers choose us time and time again.’