Jet2holidays, the UK-based tour operator, has said that it is reintroducing its exclusive Free Resort Flight Check-in service this summer.
Jet2 is relaunching the service in over 50 hotels, initially in Cyprus, in time for Summer 2023. The return of the service starting April-end, means that customers in selected hotels in Paphos and Larnaca will again be able to benefit from it, making their last day bag-free.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: ‘We have been inundated with requests from customers and independent travel agency partners wanting us to reintroduce our Free Resort Flight Check-in service, and we know from that feedback how much everybody loves it. As always, we have listened, and we are absolutely delighted to be relaunching the service so that customers can once again enjoy its many benefits for free. We know that the return of the service will be a huge hit with customers and independent travel agents, as we know the enormous difference that this smart, secure service makes to the overall holiday experience. By being luggage-free on the last day of their holiday, customers can enjoy their valuable holiday time, and breeze through the airport before their flight home. This is the type of investment in customer experience that makes Jet2holidays so popular with our customers, and we are thrilled to be finally revealing its much-anticipated return.’
The free service allows customers to check-in their bags at the hotel in the morning on their day of departure, leaving them bag-free for the rest of the day and at the airport. Customers can drop their bags off securely with Jet2holidays’ Free Resort Flight Check-in Team at the hotel, and the bags are then transported to the airport by the team and stowed on the plane.
This gives customers time to enjoy themselves at the hotel on the last day of their holiday without having to carry suitcases around. Plus, customers can go straight through to security at the airport.
Jet2holidays first launched its Free Resort Flight Check-in service in 2016. The return of the service comes after Jet2holidays temporarily stopped operating it following the pandemic.