Jet2 set to offer seven Christmas market destinations from Newcastle Airport for winter 2021

Travel operator Jet2 has announced it will offer seven Christmas market destinations for winter 2021 – with flights from Newcastle Airport.

By Ryan Smith
Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 4:46 pm

Jet2 com and Jet2CityBreaks have announced that dedicated Christmas market trips are now on sale for the winter months, with flights operating to seven destinations from Newcastle Airport.

Customers will be able to pick a festive trip to Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Copenhagen, Vienna, Krakow and Prague after the Covid-19 pandemic forced cancellations over the Christmas period last year.

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Jet2 are offering flights to seven Christmas market destinations from Newcastle Airport. Photo: Getty Images.

Multiple flights will operate to each destination weekly between November and January, with package options available with a booking deposit of just £60 per person.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, has revealed that the company is excited to bring back the ability of offer people festive trips abroad.

Mr Heapy said: “People missed out on the opportunity to visit Europe’s most magical Christmas market destinations last year, so we’re delighted that these popular trips are back again for 2021.

"With this fantastic programme of destinations, flights, and festive trips on sale from Newcastle Airport, customers and independent travel agents can choose from the best of Europe’s Christmas markets once again this year and add a sprinkle of magic to any Christmas celebration.”

Anyone who is interested in finding out more information or wishing to book a trip can do so by visiting or

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