Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks is once again giving holidaymakers the chance to enjoy a bite of the Big Apple in Winter 20, after re-introducing Winter trips to New York from Birmingham Airport.
Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks has put three trips of-a-lifetime for Winter 20 on sale today, with flights direct from Birmingham Airport. The four-night trips include Christmas Shopping and Winter in New York trips departing on 19th November, 6th December and 13th December from Birmingham Airport, giving holidaymakers fantastic choice and flexibility when it comes to visiting the magical city.
In total, the company is putting on 19 New York trips from six of its UK bases for Winter 20. As well as award-winning flights with Jet2.com, there are package breaks for sale with Jet2CityBreaks across iconic 3-5 star hotels in central New York locations.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks said: “We’re delighted to be offering these trips from Birmingham Airport to New York, which are perfect for customers looking to enjoy a break to the Big Apple ahead of Christmas. With Christmas Shopping and Winter in New York covered, there really is something for everyone and we have no doubt that these unforgettable trips will prove popular with holidaymakers in the region who are looking to take a bite of the Big Apple!”
Tom Screen, Aviation Director of Birmingham Airport said: ““Birmingham Airport is thrilled that Jet2.com will be offering passengers from the West Midlands the chance to fly from their airport to the Big Apple again in 2020. Whether you want to go ice skating at the Rockefeller Centre, go shopping at Bloomingdale’s or catch a show on Broadway or all three, these Jet2.com citybreaks are for you. We are sure that these trips will prove to be an excellent addition to Jet.com’s ever growing Birmingham network.”
Packages with Jet2CityBreaks from Birmingham Airport start from £859 per person, and they can be secured now for only £60pp deposit. Jet2.com flight only options are also available from £389* per person, including taxes.