Jet2.com has added more weekly ski services to Grenoble from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted Airports this winter.
With over 9,000 additional return seats going on sale to Grenoble between December and April, this represents a capacity increase of 33%. It means we are giving skiers and snowboarders even more choice and flexibility when it comes to reaching some of the best slopes in the French Alps such as Chamrousse, Alpe d'Huez and Les Deux Alpes.
The expansion to Grenoble includes:
London Stansted: Additional Saturday service from 4th January through to 11th April, as well as an additional Sunday service from 15th December through to 12th April. This means we will offer up to four weekly services to Grenoble from London Stansted Airport this winter.
Manchester: Additional Saturday service from 21st December through to 18th April. This means we will offer four weekly services to Grenoble from Manchester Airport this winter, with two services on Saturdays and Sundays.
Birmingham: Additional Saturday service from 21st December through to 18th April. This means we will offer three weekly services to Grenoble from Birmingham Airport this winter, with two services on Saturdays as well as a Sunday service.
We also operate weekly Saturday services to Grenoble from East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford and Newcastle representing almost 40,000 return seats and up to 14 weekly departures this winter.
The additional flights announced today means that there are over 400,000 return seats on sale for Winter 19/20 to EIGHT top ski destinations including Innsbruck, Geneva, Salzburg, Turin, Lyon, Verona and Barcelona (Andorra), giving skiers and snowboarders direct access to the French, Austrian, Swiss and Italian Alps as well as the Pyrenees.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: “We are delighted to announce the addition of more weekly flights to Grenoble from Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted, offering even more choice and flexibility to skiers and snowboarders looking to hit the slopes this winter.”