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Book Now To Take Your Skis On Board For Free!

14th October 2010

Jet2.com - Skis on board  - for free!

Free ski and board carriage from Leeds Bradford to Geneva and Chambery
Book your ski breaks now to get free ski and snowboard carriage on all Jet2.com flights from Leeds Bradford Airport to Geneva and Chambery booked by 31st October 2010.

Each skier or boarder on your booking can choose to take a ski or board bag for free – on both inbound and outbound flights. Ski and board bags have a generous baggage allowance of 20 kg. When booking just add a ski or board bag onto the booking and the cost will be deducted prior to payment. Jet2.com’s friendly low fares just got even friendlier!

There isn’t a better time to book your ski flights, Jet2.com fares start from just £19.99 to Geneva and £29.99 to Chambery – one way including taxes. You can plan a ski weekend, week long holiday or if you don’t think you’ll want to come home just book one way - with flights up to six times a week you can stay as long as you like. Jet2.com Ski flights kick off on 20th December 2010 and go right through to the season end on 24th April.

This is the sixth season that Jet2.com has flown the Leeds Bradford to Geneva route as the routes grow in popularity and more people know about them be sure to not miss out on the flights you want. Summer’s over so brighten up your days with daydreams of pitting yourself against the mountain, feeling the buzz and adrenalin rush, relaxing in deck chair and partying straight from the Piste.

Just a quick reminder that this winter Jet2.com is also flying to Geneva and Chambery from East Midlands Airport – that may make it easier for you to combine your trips with your friends from the Midlands.
More info on all things ski at our ski and board site www.Jet2.com/ski which has loads of information resorts, transfer options and advice. There is also information about non piste activities for those who aren’t big fans of the piste or prefer the après ski!


Posted in Ski

October 14, 2010 at 09:55

Tagged with Ski, Geneva, Chambery, Ski Flights