Jet2 sends urgent ‘last chance’ summer holiday warning to all customers

Jet2 customers have until the end of today to make a big saving on their flights.

Airline and holiday provider Jet2 issued an urgent warning to all customers over the weekend, calling on them to at before the end of Monday.

In an email sent to Jet2 customers, the airline warned it is the “last chance” to save at least 10 per cent on all flights. It said: “Planning on booking a trip soon?

“Well you might as well save 10%! Just book before midnight Monday 20 June 2022 and this dazzling discount will be all yours.

“The final countdown is on, so use it before you lose it…”





Ibiza is one of the budget destinations on offer (

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Flights on the Jet2 websites include trips to Ibiza from £28, as well as one-way tickets to Menorca from £30.

There are also winter flights to Krakow and Barcelona from £45 and £46, respectively.

So far this summer Jet2 has been much less affected by cancellations and groundings at UK airports than other airlines.

This morning Low-cost airline easyJet announced it would be cutting more flights in the busy summer period due to staff shortages and flight caps at major airports.

EasyJet has already cancelled hundreds of flights overall in the last couple of months due to reasons ranging from IT failures to staffing issues.

The budget airline has been hit by Covid-19 absences and a huge cutback of flights at airports like Gatwick, which is also affecting rivals like British Airways and TUI .

The airline said it will only be running at 87% of its normal 2019 levels by the end of June, rising to 90% by the end of September.

Last month a mum was left “heartbroken” after easyJet cancelled her family’s flights, forcing them to travel hundreds of miles – only for the second replacement flight to be axed.

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EasyJet has also left thousands of would-be holidaymakers searching for last-minute deals after it cancelled all flights to Hurghada for two months.

One couple told the Mirror how they were stuck there for an extra 11 days after three of their flights were cancelled.

Now EasyJet says it wants to “build additional resilience” as airlines across Europe are experiencing “operational issues”.

These include air traffic control delays, staff shortages in ground handling and at airports, and increased times for identity checks of new recruits.