Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks Announce Brand New Flights and Trips to Iceland

Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks have responded to strong demand for trips and holidays to Iceland, by putting on a series of flights and breaks for the first time for Winter 22/23 from Bristol Airport.

The leading leisure airline and UK’s largest operator of city breaks to Europe will operate a series of dedicated flights and trips to Iceland, giving customers and independent travel agents fantastic choice when it comes to seeing the Northern Lights and the abundance of natural wonders that Iceland has to offer.

Whether it is the cityscape of Reykjavik, the spectacular Northern Lights, or the stunning Golden Circle and its geothermal lagoons, spas and waterfalls, Iceland offers an incredible variety of things for customers to experience and see.

Customers travelling from Bristol Airport can choose from three dedicated trips, operating at the best times for those wishing to experience the spectacular Northern Lights. Customers can choose from a series of three-night trips departing on a Monday or four-night trips departing on a Thursday.

Customers can pick from flight-only or package holiday options, with package options with Jet2CityBreaks available for a low £60 per person deposit. Package options with Jet2CityBreaks include a guided Northern Lights Tour, flights with Jet2.com including 22kg hold luggage, transfers to and from the airport, as well as a choice of 3 and 4-star hotels in central Reykjavik which provide the perfect base from which to explore and experience authentic Icelandic cuisine. In addition, excursions to the Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon and South Shore are also available to purchase.

All flights to Keflavík International Airport near Reykjavik will be operated by award-winning Jet2.com, and the full programme from Bristol Airport is as follows:

  • Thursday 30th March (four-night trip)
  • Monday 3rd April (three-night trip)
  • Thursday 6th April (four-night trip)

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