snowboarders booking their snow break by 31st October 2011 can get
to the piste for even less this year, thanks to a free ski and board carriage offer
from leading leisure airline Jet2.com.
snow lovers booking flights to the top resorts of Chambery, Geneva or Salzburg, can take one ski or snowboard
bag free on both their outbound and
inbound journey, saving £50 – enough to fund a few celebratory Glühweins
on the slopes! This offer is available
on flights running until 24th March 2012, so there’s no better
incentive to plan ahead and get those Christmas and half-term snow escapes booked.
currently serves the following ski destinations from its UK bases:
- Leeds-Bradford to Chambery, Geneva, and Salzburg
from £21.99 one way including taxes
- Manchester to Chambery, Geneva, and Salzburg
from £31.99 one way including taxes
- Edinburgh to Geneva and Salzburg from £31.99 one way including taxes
- Belfast to Geneva from £31.99
one way including taxes
- Glasgow to Geneva from £31.99 one way including taxes
- Newcastle to Chambery from £31.99 one way including taxes
Steve Heapy, Chief
Commercial Officer of Jet2.com, commented: “We appreciate times are tough and
holidaymakers want to make their hard earned cash stretch even further. With this special offer plus great value
flights, skiers and boarders will be able to get their ‘piste’ of the action
for even less this year.
proud of being such a ski friendly airline. Our generous 22kg baggage allowance means there’s plenty of room for bulky
ski gear. The friendly flight times are all carefully scheduled to get
customers to the resorts and out on the snow the day they arrive and our allocated
seats mean the only racing our passengers will be doing is when they hit the
take advantage of Jet2.com’s free ski and board carriage offer, customers simply
enter the promotional code ‘FREESKI’ when booking their flight*.
Visit www.jet2.com/ski for detailed information on every resort,
including slope difficulty, downloadable piste maps and drive times from the
airport, as well as weather reports and even live ‘snow cams’ so conditions can
be viewed in real time.