Jet2.com has once again responded to strong and continued demand from UK holidaymakers by announcing it will operate new summer services to Innsbruck for Summer 22, with services on sale from Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol Airports.
Just months after revealing details of an exciting programme for Summer 22, Jet2.com has today announced that it will operate flights to the Tyrolean capital for the first time in the summer in response to demand for Summer 22 holidays. The introduction of this exciting summer programme adds to the company’s existing winter ski programme.
The leading leisure airline will operate flights to Innsbruck from Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol Airport from May through to September 2022. Services will operate weekly (Saturday) from Birmingham and Bristol Airports from 28th May through to 17th September and twice-weekly (Wednesday and Saturday) from Manchester Airport from 25th May through to 17th September.
The start of services to Innsbruck for Summer 22 means holidaymakers can enjoy a range of sporting activities in the Alps such as hiking, mountain biking, cycling and golfing during the summer, as well as sightseeing in the 800-year old city of Innsbruck itself.
Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in Austria and is surrounded by stunning high mountains and dazzling lakes, making it attractive to the increasing number of holidaymakers who are enticed by wellness, adventure and sport. With miles of mountain ranges and alpine meadows on the doorstep, adventurers, hikers and cyclists are spoiled for choice, and that is not mentioning the unique mountain trams that offer up some of the most staggering views around.
Medieval Innsbruck itself offers a fantastic city break option, small enough to get around on foot, whilst fusing modern cosmopolitan with tradition and charm. Home to museums such as Audioversum and the Grassmayr Bell Foundry, cafes serving traditional fare such as schnitzel and strudel, and criss-crossed by charming cobbled streets lined with bars and restaurants, Innsbruck is fast becoming a popular summer holiday destination for British holidaymakers.
Today’s announcement means that Jet2.com will operate a busy programme for Summer 22. With over 72 sun and city destinations on sale for Summer 22 from across its ten UK bases, holidaymakers are spoiled for choice when it comes to booking their Summer 22 getaways. In addition to announcing the start of operations to Innsbruck for the first time next summer, there are also a total of SIX brand-new destinations are on sale for Summer 22 with Jet2.com including Sicily, Sardinia, Toulouse, Iceland, Tivat (Montenegro) and Athens.
Since announcing details of its Summer 22 programme in January, Jet2.com has seen strong demand from customers looking to get away for some much-needed sunshine and has been quick to respond to that demand by announcing additional flights to a wide range of popular destinations.
Booking and travelling on flights with Jet2.com means customers get to enjoy the airline’s VIP customer service. This includes friendly flight times, as well as a generous 22kg baggage allowance and 10kg hand luggage allowance, which has the UK’s third largest airline win numerous awards and accolades such as TripAdvisor’s Best Airline – UK and Top 10 Airlines of the World.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “We’re continuing to see confidence and strong demand from British holidaymakers looking to get away. As ever, we’ve listened to what customers are telling us and responded to that demand by announcing the start of services to Innsbruck in the summer from Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol Airports for Summer 22. Innsbruck is a fantastic city in the summer and acts as a gateway to the Alps, offering lots to see and do. Whether you are looking for adventure, scenery, wellness or simply enjoying the blend of modern and old in Innsbruck, the Austrian city offers it all. We expect the new programme to be hugely popular thanks to the appeal of the destination, coupled with our perfectly timed flights and award-winning customer service.”