In expectation of a surge in family holiday bookings during the peak period, UK tour operator Jet2holidays have unveiled the addition of hundreds of thousands of Free Child Place holidays for the 2024 school holiday season.
This increase supplements the millions of existing Free Child Place Holidays. Jet2holidays has observed a notable demand for late winter bookings and highlights the success of Summer 24, the company’s most expansive summer programme to date.
Offering over 17 million seats to 60 destinations, including more than 50 new routes, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays are set to operate from 11 UK airports, providing holidaymakers with an extensive range of choices. High-demand destinations include the Canaries, Balearics, Mainland Spain, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Italy, Malta, and Bulgaria.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: ‘With the schools going back this week, we are seeing demand for family holidays increase as people get planning and booking their holidays. We are expecting more of this over the weekend, which is why we have put hundreds of thousands of extra Free Child Place holidays on sale, meaning we have never had so many Free Child Place holidays available, with millions up for grabs.’
‘As the UK’s largest tour operator we are looking forward to taking millions of new and existing customers away. Contrary to popular belief, there is not an endless amount of capacity on sale and with so many people flocking to book their well-deserved holidays, our advice is to act now before the best deals and best holidays are gone,’ he added.
To enhance the affordability of these vacations, Jet2holidays has recently launched a promotional offer, presenting customers with a £50 per person discount on all holidays. Additionally, customers with a MyJet2 account can access exclusive savings, with £60 off per person on all holidays.
As a result, couples can save up to £120 on their bookings (£100 off for non-members), while a family of four can benefit from a £240 discount (£200 off for non-members).