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Jet2 adds Izmir to expanded 2020 summer schedule

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has announced a brand new programme for Summer 2020 from Belfast International Airport, with new destination Izmir in Turkey added to its expanded schedule.
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has announced a brand new programme for Summer 2020 from Belfast International Airport, with new destination Izmir in Turkey added to its expanded schedule. Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has announced a brand new programme for Summer 2020 from Belfast International Airport, with new destination Izmir in Turkey added to its expanded schedule.

LEISURE airline Jet2.com has added a new destination from Belfast to its 2020 summer schedule.

The airline has added Izmir in Turkey to its expanded summer programme from Belfast International Airport for next year.

The leisure airline and package holiday specialist has put flights and holidays on sale to 24 destinations from Belfast International next summer . The addition of over 20,000 seats means almost half a million seats are on sale, a 4 per cent capacity increase.

In addition to brand new Izmir, which will operate every Tuesday from May to September, the company is also significantly increasing capacity to Dalaman, adding a Thursday service on top of Monday.

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said:

"With 24 fantastic destinations to choose from, including brand new Izmir, we are once again demonstrating our commitment to the base and to our customers. With more choice and flexibility for customers and independent travel agents to choose from with our award winning airline and tour operator, we are confident that this summer programme will be a huge hit in Northern Ireland.”

Graham Keddie, managing director, Belfast International Airport added:

“We welcome the increases in capacity that Jet2.com and Jet2holidays will add for summer 20 and the addition of Izmir will be a popular choice with local holidaymakers. We have a great partnership with Jet2.com and Jet2holidays and look forward to working with them ever more closely.”