A Corker for Menorca as Summer Season Extended


Posted in Announcements

July 16, 2018 at 10:01

Last week we announced extended summer seasons in Ibiza, and we have more great news in another of our fantastic Balearic Island destinations – Menorca!

We are extending the season in Menorca this year by putting on additional flights in September, October and November from five of our UK bases. The extra services are from Birmingham, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle Airports, and come in response to demand for Menorca’s stunning natural beauty, secret beaches, and historic architecture outside of the main summer holiday season.

The extended seasons have been announced as demand for great value package holidays in Menorca continues to increase. We have more 2-5 star hotels on sale than ever on the island, and we also offer the freedom of a villa with all the benefits of a package holiday through Jet2Villas. This, combined with miles of coastline and resorts such as Cala Galdana, Son Bou, Cala’n Bosch and Punta Prima, means we are extending the season and giving customers even more choice.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays said: “We are working with our partners in Menorca to fill hotels, not just in the busy summer season, but in shoulder seasons too. Our award-winning flights and holidays mean we are attracting more and more customers, and we will continue to stick to these principles so that we can continue flying happy holidaymakers to Menorca on a package holiday they can trust.”

Maite Salord, Councillor of Tourist Promotion of Menorca said: " and Jet2holidays’ decision to increase its commitment to Menorca by increasing the number of seats on sale in the months of September, October and November is very good news indeed. The company demonstrates its confidence and commitment to the destination whilst aligning strategies with Menorca Tourism Development Foundation. Our aim is to extend the tourist season, and we hope to continue working closely with and Jet2holidays in order to strengthen the link between Menorca and the UK.”

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