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2,000+ employees


£250 million+


Jet2.com flies from seven UK airports – Leeds Bradford, Belfast International, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Newcastle. The carrier offers no-frills flights on short and medium haul routes.

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Low Fare Finder House, Leeds Bradford Airport, Leeds, LS19 7TU

T: 0333 300 0042

E: contactcentre@jet2.com

Recent News

Travel Weekly UK
First Jet2.com Stansted and Birmingham flights take off
Travel Weekly UK
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays celebrated its first flights and holidays from its two newest bases, Stansted and Birmingham. Jet2.com's inaugural flight from Stansted to Alicante and from Birmingham to Malaga took off this morning. Hundreds of holidaymakers ...
New carrier launch at airport creates more than 250 jobsBraintree and Witham Times
Jet2 spreads its wings with new base at London Stansted flying to the likes of Ibiza, Alicante and CreteCity A.M.

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Essex Live
Jet2.com has started flying from Stansted Airport
Essex Live
There were celebrations and brand new aircraft departing from London Stansted Airport as a new airline and package holiday specialist celebrated the departure of its first flights. Emblazoned with the livery of Jet2, the first flights took off from ...

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