Jet2 announces ski flights from Newcastle Airport for winter 2021/22

Holiday provider Jet2 has confirmed that flights will operate to three popular European skiing destinations from Newcastle Airport.

By Ryan Smith
Thursday, 18th March 2021, 4:32 pm

Flights will run to Salzburg in Austria and Geneva in Switzerland on top of the already established route to Grenoble in France, as the holiday provider continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

It means keen skiers and snowboarders in the North East will have more options on where to travel – with flights expected to fill up quickly.

Jet2 will operate flights to three European skiing destinations from Newcastle Airport. Photo: Getty Images.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: “We know how much skiers and snowboarders missed the slopes in Winter 20/21, so we are absolutely thrilled to be launching such an exciting ski programme for Winter 21/22 from Newcastle Airport.

"With the best slopes across Europe available, we know that snow sports fans in the region will be clamouring to book the best of the action for Winter 21/22 and ski flights are selling very well as a result.

“In addition to Grenoble, we are delighted to be adding Geneva and Salzburg to our ski programme for Winter 21/22 from Newcastle Airport.

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"Geneva and Salzburg are both hugely popular destinations for skiers and snowboarders, offering a huge selection of ski areas with a range of slopes to suit all abilities.

"With perfectly timed flights, we’re giving skiers access to the best ski resorts across Europe and we know the return of our ski programme will be a huge hit with snow sports enthusiasts.”

Anyone interested Jet2’s ski flights can find out more by visiting

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