Jet2 boosts flight offering as demand for new ‘favourite’ holiday hotspot soars

JET2 has been forced to add more flights to one holiday destination following a surge in demand. Where can Britons jet off to?

PUBLISHED: 12:10, Sun, Sep 20, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:10, Sun, Sep 20, 2020

Holidaymakers have had to readjust their travel plans this year in the wake of travel corridor changes. However, with that has come a sudden rise in demand for holidays to one location in particular.

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Thanks to its place on the travel corridor list, Turkey has seen an influx of British tourists in recent weeks.

Between September 8 and September 15 alone, 30 percent of all package holiday price comparison searches for holidays departing between September 11 and October 31 were for Turkey, according to TravelSupermarket.

Meanwhile, budget airline Jet2 has also seen an increase in demand from holidaymakers looking to jet off.

As a result, the airline has added 60 new flights from the UK to holiday resort destinations including Antalya, Dalaman, Izmir and Bodrum.

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Jet2 turkey holidayJet2 has boosted its flight offering to Turkey (Image: Getty Images)

New routes include:

Birmingham to Antalya and Dalaman Edinburgh to Dalaman and Antalya East Midlands to Dalaman Glasgow to Dalaman, Antalya Leeds Bradford to Dalama and Bodrum Manchester to Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman and Izmir Newcastle to Dalaman and Antalya London Stansted to Antalya and Bodrum

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