08th October 2005
Flights to the Canary Islands’ hotspot are three times a week – Tuesday, Friday and Sunday – and for the first time Jet2.com will use its latest aircraft, the 228-seat Boeing 757.
Situated off the North Africa coastline, Tenerife is hugely popular with the British and THE best place to head to soak up the year-round scorching sun (it’s currently averaging 70F this week, compared to 59F in Yorkshire). This fun filled
Canary Isle is cheap and definitely alive, with a memorable nightlife to say the least! The Island also boasts stunning scenery.
People of the region have been desperate for their favourite airline to fly to Tenerife and love to soak up the sun on this fantastic Canary Isle, it is an incredibly popular part of the world. Sales have been overwhelming for Tenerife, it really is the destination everyone has been waiting for.
The news means no more package holidays with little or no choice over what day of the week to fly and no flexibility on the duration of your stay.
Why not head to Tenerife for a long weekend break? It may be the cheapest way to stay warm this Winter (and saves on the heating bills at home)!
Holidaymakers looking for fun-in-the-sun breaks with low-priced drinks, British pubs and traditional English cooked
breakfasts will not be disappointed and should head for Playa de las Américas.
However, there is far much more to be discovered on Tenerife: from the now extinct snow-capped volcano in Teide National Park; the natural springs at Barranco del Infierno; the Anaga Mountains; Loro Parque, a parrot sanctuary which is the island’s second biggest visitor attraction; to the AquaPark with its water slides and Dolphin show.
Get packing those suitcases now!!
October 08, 2005 at 00:00