adds Verona to Winter 24/25 Ski Programme

Leisure airline has announced the addition of Verona to its Winter 24/25 ski destinations in response to demand from skiers and snowboarders.

The airline is offering new ski services to Verona from December 21, 2024, to April 5, 2025, with weekly Saturday services operating from Manchester Airport. Verona provides proximity to popular ski destinations like Val di Fassa in the Trentino region, Madonna di Campiglio in the Brenta Dolomites of Northern Italy, and Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Dolomites, known for its stunning scenery and world-class ski runs. now offers ski flights to eight destinations for Winter 24/25, including Verona, Chambery, Geneva, Grenoble, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Lyon, and Turin. The company’s enhanced ski programme comprises 37 ski routes and 70 weekly flights during peak periods.

In addition to Verona, the Winter 24/25 ski programme includes:

* Chambery: Ski flights on sale from five UK bases, offering access to renowned ski resorts in France, such as the Three Valleys, Alpe d’Huez, Chamonix, La Plagne, and Val d’Isere.

* Geneva: A comprehensive programme with 32 weekly flights departing from nine UK bases, connecting ski enthusiasts to top resorts like Tignes, Flaine, Verbier, Zermatt, and the Three Valleys.

* Salzburg: Ski flights available from eight UK bases, providing access to over 300 resorts in the Austrian Alps, including Kaprun, Mayrhofen, and Obertauern.

* Grenoble: A gateway to the French Alps, with over 175 ski resorts nearby, including Morzine, Chamonix, Chamrousse, Les Deux Alpes, Alpe d’Huez, and Avoriaz.

* Turin: Speedy transfers to established skiing resorts, such as Pila, Vars, Le Corbier, and Val d’Isere, with services from Birmingham and Manchester.

* Innsbruck: Access to the Tyrolean capital from multiple UK bases, connecting skiers to resorts like Igls, Alpbach, and St Anton am Arlberg.

* Lyon: Weekly flights from Manchester Airport offering direct access to major French ski resorts, including Tignes, Les Arcs, and Alpe d’Huez, as well as smaller resorts for a more secluded experience.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: ‘We are experiencing strong demand from skiers and snowboarders clamouring to book the best of the action for Winter 24/25 and our ski flights are selling very well. As a result, we are delighted to be expanding our ski programme even further and giving snow sports fans more choice, with the addition of Verona for Winter 24/25. Verona provides fantastic access to the best ski resorts in the Italian Alps, whether you are a beginner or an expert, with several resorts in easy reach. With perfectly timed flights, we are giving skiers access to the best ski resorts across Europe, and we know our new ski services to Verona, along with those already on sale, will be a huge hit with snow sports enthusiasts next winter.’

The Winter 24/25 ski programme from is available for booking from ten UK bases.

Top winter destination 2012: Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen in Austria makes a wonderful choice for your 2012 ski holiday as it has a perfect balance of traditional Austrian buildings and cuisine.

But venture out at night and you’ll find the liveliest après ski scene in the region, with an abundance of bars and clubs for you to enjoy yourself after a long day on the slopes.

If however, you are wishing to avoid the après ski hype, this versatile place is still perfect for you as the bars are present but not dominating and if a nice meal and a bottle of wine is more your thing this Tyrolean town is more than happy to oblige with the abundance of fine eateries in the town.

There are three main ski areas for you to explore including the Hintertux glacier which guarantees somewhere to ski all year round.

There are plenty of pistes perfect for beginners but also enough to satisfy the intermediates and for the experts among you what a treat; if you think you can handle it you can test your skills on the famous Harikri run which at a 78% gradient is the steepest piste in Austria and translates as ‘suicide’ in Japanese!

Mayrhofen has been the first choice for skiers and boarders for years due to the endless pistes, Austrian charm and in some bars in the high street you can buy a pint for €2 but there is also plenty to do for non-skiers as well. Think horse drawn sleigh rides, tobogganing, ice skating and there are plenty spa facilities, for those who fancy a bit of pampering.

No matter what your age, the charming Austrian resort of Mayrhofen has something offer for everyone and will make the perfect choice for your 2012 ski holiday.

Article by Lauren Probert