JET2 has launched their Christmas market holiday packages, with seven destinations in Europe to choose from.
Starting this month, passengers can opt for one of the 14 trips which are planned for the festive season.
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Travellers can opt for Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Copenhagen, Krakow, Prague and Vienna, all of which have some of the best Christmas markets, stalls and attractions.
All of the breaks come with 22kg of checked in luggage, as well as transfers to and from the airport, while all of the hotels will be in central locations.
Holidays can be secured with just a £60 deposit, and you can pay the full amount later.
If you just fancy the flights without the holiday package, then you can opt for a flight-only option.
- Christmas market breaks to Krakow from £163pp
- Christmas market breaks to Berlin from £220pp
- Christmas market breaks to Cologne from £252pp
- Christmas marker breaks to Budapest from £258pp
Jet2 boss Steve Heapy said: “On the back of recent positive news about the reopening of international travel, and with many customers missing out last year, we are seeing strong demand from customers looking to visit some of the best of Europe’s Christmas market destinations this winter.
“We know customers are as equally as delighted as us to see the return of these popular trips from November and this has translated into customers flocking to book Christmas Markets breaks.
"A visit to a Christmas market is sure to sprinkle some magic on any Christmas celebration, but with our programme proving popular, customers will need to act quick to avoid missing out on their festive fix this year.”
Jet2 is also launching more flights and breaks to Prague, Krakow and Vienna throughout the winter season for city break deals.
The airline recently launched more flights to Tenerife and Turkey as winter holiday demand soared following the end of the green and amber lists.
One woman paid just 70p for a five-star holiday to Turkey with Jet2 – here is how she did it.
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