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Jet 2 10%-20% of all flights for 2017 or £200 off per couple etc.

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Some great deals for 2017 10% off flights @jet2 or £200 off per couple on all on all holidays and City Breaks @ jet2holidays. Using the code XMAS60 when booking you get a further £60 off your holid…
Kmcmahail Avatar16h, 19m agoFound 16 hours, 19 minutes ago9 Comments
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Got £260 off my holiday to Ibiza next year trawled the Internet for hours on loads of sites hotels.com, Expedia, Trip advisor, holiday supermarket etc but nothing was as cheap as them they Mega discount for ushuaia Ibiza as well 300-400 dearer elsewhere
5 or 10% discount off their flights is nothing to phone home about.... Their fleet is pretty ancient and while I'm happy to travel with them I usually find their prices high compared to the others. Much preferred Easyjet/Ryanair/Norwegian. Don't really see this as a deal
very very old fleet, most are 20+ years old. reasonably well maintained but no better value than Ryanair
just not wizz air.....that s a jome of a airline
sm-1991
Worst airline I've ever used, and I've been on a lot of airlines. Gave me £50 off voucher for my next trip, no thanks.
http://www.airlinequality.com/airline-reviews/jet2-com/
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stanstead : 50,000 £30.00 one-way flights from jet2

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bon voyage (if that's the right term).
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sprat to catch a mackerel. i just tried booking 2 flights to Cyprus on the 27th May and price came back at £838 return. its half that on ryan air.
some lucky travellers received free flights when royalty dropped onto liverpool street station and on the stansted express to.promote this offer.

http://www.jet2.com/News/Watch_Mark_Wright_give_thousands_of_free_flights_away/

Edited By: seb on Sep 23, 2016 12:13
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Manchester to NYC direct return flights for £256.50 return (5th Nov - 9th Nov) with Jet2

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Slightly cheaper than Norwegian. This is hand luggage only but 4 days should be fine (was for me when I went in January) or just share one lot of luggage. Some other options like Leeds for £255.60…
magicjay1986 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago9 Comments
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Agree with the Woodbury Common comment. Brilliant place and more than enough places there to fill a few suitcases.
Al2001
adamg64
hand luggage only how can u go new York and not shop xD
The shops and products look pretty much the same as the ones we have here. If you're there for 4 days might as well fill them with stuff you can't do here.

half a day at woodbury common is more than enough for filling a case, although its half a day lost worth the sacrifice for the bargains
Cannot go hand luggage only. We went with enjoy suitcases and came back with full of clothes.
adamg64
hand luggage only how can u go new York and not shop xD
The shops and products look pretty much the same as the ones we have here. If you're there for 4 days might as well fill them with stuff you can't do here.
lg1991
Good price, but if you add up luggage, reserved seats and food on board it may be cheaper to fly United on the same route.
I would say that you would probably need to add luggage - its only 4 days but the type of clothing you will want in the current weather there may be a little much for hand luggage.

I don't think you need to reserve seats, as for food you will almost definitely need some for a 7 hour flight but you can bring your own easily enough and to be honest for flights to the US I would usually recommend doing that (flew Delta there and the food was inedible!). The only thing with bringing your own is that you would need to put it in hand luggage which reduces clothing space (unless you get the food at the airport).

Edited By: thecynicalsaint on Oct 29, 2015 09:19
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Return flights to New York from £398.95pp @ Jet2

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Flights from £398.95 including all taxes (Various airports) just tested and got a date EAST MIDLANDS to New York (Newark) EWR Dep Thu Nov 12 2015 08:10 Arr Thu Nov 12 2015 11:15 Flight LS073…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago31 Comments
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Still holding out hope for the prices to drop to sub £300 return, like the deal we got last year through Expedia flying with Virgin.

We took 10 days worth of clothes in a carry on bag [IT World's Lightest Small 2 Wheel Suitcase - £27.99 @ Argos], as well as a few other items (Tablet, toothbrush etc.), overflow went in the hold luggage (Extra jeans etc) which we didn't even need! So you could easily travel with just carry on luggage. I'm not the smallest guy in the world either, meaning neither are my clothes, but they fit easily when rolled up. All within the weight restrictions of Virgin as well which was most surprising!

As someone else said, you could easily go to NYC without shopping. We went out there hoping to fill our empty hold luggage with bargains. We spent all of our time, barring 1 day, exploring the city and going on every tour possible during the daytime. Evenings were spent going to Broadway and off-broadway shows, eating out and more exploring. We spent 1 day shopping, and even then we walked away with only a few things, as most of the stuff in Manhattan is the same price as back in the UK. Next time we go, we're going to spend a day out at the outlet stores where the real bargains are to be had.

The most expensive thing about New York that we found was eating out. Next time we go, we're going to rent a place on AirBNB and go self catering, as there's more than enough food stores on every corner to buy stuff in and cook for yourself/prepare lunches for days out. Going out to eat will be reserved for treats at nice/niche restaurants of an evening.

Getting from JFK to Grand Central in Midtown was as easy as hopping on the AirTrain to Jamaica Center, take the E train to Jackson Heights, then hop on the 7 train all the way to Grand Central, it even goes on to Times Square if that's where you need to be.

Edited By: ClubLife on Apr 26, 2015 13:08: .
Skymonkey
To be honest this isn't that bad a deal. This will appeal to those who do not want to drive to Heathrow, pay for parking and fuel, endure the M1 and M25 etc (add these costs to a ticket)...

Jet2 will fly the 757 across the Atlantic - and their fleet are relatively average in terms of age. I flew with BA last year on a 24 year old 767... Most, if not all airlines (US) fly the 757 from many regional airports in England and Scotland.

No IFE - airlines are consciously taking IFE out of aircraft to save weight and costs... I for one use my own IFE - a tablet and my phone.

This will likely suit the local catchment area to EMA - Derby, Leicester and Nottingham. Possibly appealing to those wanting to fly from their local airport, family member drop off, and possibly their first venture on a long haul trip.

HOT - for those wanting to fly from a local airport... and don't and to schlep to Heathrow or Gatwick...


As mentioned, Manchester is only a very short drive away... No need to go to London. As part of the code share with BA. AA use their new B777s from Manchester. Other airlines use B757/B767 from Manchester but in a long Haul configuration opposed to the high capacity confirmation on there Jet2 aircraft which has a tendency to go 'tech' on a regular basis. Take your chance I suppose but I'll never fly Jet2 again after an engine failure on one of their b757s thus being treated in humanely and receiving disgusting customer service. As mentioned by another 'at your peril'.
aljack
mattgrant
I have to assume that you either don't travel much or more likely live in the south. For those who live outside of London this is a great price when you factor in the cost to get to London airports plus of course far easier if like me you love 10 mins from EMA.
As in my other post. You can fly direct from Manchester cheaper. East Midlands isn't that far away. Also remember that scheduled airlines like BA will normally have around 8 flights a day from London or Manchester so if encounter any aircraft technical issues then you can be bumped onto the next flight and not wrecking your holiday. You will not get this type of service from Jet2.

[quote=johnnyshuttle]Wouldn't have thought Jet2 planes would make it that far going by how old the fleet is.. For me travel is more about the destination, if the airport is closer and cost overall is cheaper that's more important to me. But then again we have 5 plus holidays a year so have to make our money go further.
To be honest this isn't that bad a deal. This will appeal to those who do not want to drive to Heathrow, pay for parking and fuel, endure the M1 and M25 etc (add these costs to a ticket)...

Jet2 will fly the 757 across the Atlantic - and their fleet are relatively average in terms of age. I flew with BA last year on a 24 year old 767... Most, if not all airlines (US) fly the 757 from many regional airports in England and Scotland.

No IFE - airlines are consciously taking IFE out of aircraft to save weight and costs... I for one use my own IFE - a tablet and my phone.

This will likely suit the local catchment area to EMA - Derby, Leicester and Nottingham. Possibly appealing to those wanting to fly from their local airport, family member drop off, and possibly their first venture on a long haul trip.

HOT - for those wanting to fly from a local airport... and don't and to schlep to Heathrow or Gatwick...
Anyone recommend hotels or anything please never been and always wanted too have seen cheaper flights but heat from me
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Jet 2 New York November 2014 with Jet2 flights costing £704.80 2 adults

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I have just booked for November 2014 with Jet2 flights costing £704.80 for two adults direct with 1 suitcase, cheapest i have seen by far, cheapest on skyscanner too nov 13th for 4 days direct flig…
sarahdinneen5 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago15 Comments
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Price might not be that great for London departures as Norwegian are doing flights for about £300. But it's a good price for people who live further North.
Prices should be similar from Leeds Bradford with Jet2 also.
sarahdinneen5
Yes 2 people


I would add this to your title as it completely changes the deal. I didn't vote either way as I wasn't sure if it was for one or two. This price for 2 is a good price so well played.
sarahdinneen5
Yes 2 people

Well not so bad then (you didn't say that on the post).
Yes 2 people
Hahahaha calm down everyone I'm happy with it, how did you know what my suitcase is like
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20% off all Flights until 19th August @ Jet2.com

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Just thought i would share the following, got an email from Jet2.com they currently have 20% off all flights, until the 19th August. Thought it was worth mentioning in case anyone happened to be look…
missgem Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago2 Comments
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already posted
Dont know much about jet2, attractive prices initially. Leave this for the northerners.
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20% off all flights with Jet2.com

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20% off all flights - limited time so hurry! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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gland01
I'm not wanting to rain on your parade, because at the end of the day a 20% reduction has got to be welcomed almost however you look at it.
However, as a regular flyer I have issues with JET2. A number of years ago they spotted a hole in the 'Yorkshire market' - i.e. folk who were hacked off with having to travel to Manchester or beyond to get a reasonably priced air ticket. They pitched in at Leeds/Bradford at a tantalizing 'supplement' of £30 (per person !) or so above other airports, but making it attractive in terms of travelling/petrol & parking charges. Then they campaigned that they were 'low cost' & (most recently, when 'low cost' didn't stack-up) 'friendly'

Just go to Manchester then and save the £30 Yorkshire supplement



I don't need to. I can go from 'Yorkshire' with Ryanair (or Monarch) which I think is one of the points I made in my post.
gazw
gland01
I'm not wanting to rain on your parade, because at the end of the day a 20% reduction has got to be welcomed almost however you look at it.
However, as a regular flyer I have issues with JET2. A number of years ago they spotted a hole in the 'Yorkshire market' - i.e. folk who were hacked off with having to travel to Manchester or beyond to get a reasonably priced air ticket. They pitched in at Leeds/Bradford at a tantalizing 'supplement' of £30 (per person !) or so above other airports, but making it attractive in terms of travelling/petrol & parking charges. Then they campaigned that they were 'low cost' & (most recently, when 'low cost' didn't stack-up) 'friendly'

Just go to Manchester then and save the £30 Yorkshire supplement




:-)
gland01
I'm not wanting to rain on your parade, because at the end of the day a 20% reduction has got to be welcomed almost however you look at it.
However, as a regular flyer I have issues with JET2. A number of years ago they spotted a hole in the 'Yorkshire market' - i.e. folk who were hacked off with having to travel to Manchester or beyond to get a reasonably priced air ticket. They pitched in at Leeds/Bradford at a tantalizing 'supplement' of £30 (per person !) or so above other airports, but making it attractive in terms of travelling/petrol & parking charges. Then they campaigned that they were 'low cost' & (most recently, when 'low cost' didn't stack-up) 'friendly'

Just go to Manchester then and save the £30 Yorkshire supplement




Edited By: gazw on Jul 17, 2014 08:04
I'm not wanting to rain on your parade, because at the end of the day a 20% reduction has got to be welcomed almost however you look at it.
However, as a regular flyer I have issues with JET2. A number of years ago they spotted a hole in the 'Yorkshire market' - i.e. folk who were hacked off with having to travel to Manchester or beyond to get a reasonably priced air ticket. They pitched in at Leeds/Bradford at a tantalizing 'supplement' of £30 (per person !) or so above other airports, but making it attractive in terms of travelling/petrol & parking charges. Then they campaigned that they were 'low cost' & (most recently, when 'low cost' didn't stack-up) 'friendly'
Of course there'll be the odd exception (which I expect to be pulled-up on!) but now that Ryanair (& others) are rivaling them in the 'Northern' airports you'll generally find that they are way overpriced compared to the competition.
I know this is long winded, & that Ryanair & others are not everyone's cup-of-tea, And I'm certainly not intending to put off people from posting potential good deals, but my experience of JET2 compels me to give my thoughts.
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Glasgow to New York (Newark) for £282.60 return with Jet2. 4th - 7th Dec (great flight times too)

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NYC for under £300 return isn't bad at all. Really good flights time too in and out.
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Chiptivo
But I would have to go to Glasgow. :(

Go to Glasgow??? It's the people returning to Glasgow I feel sorry for!!
Safer in Glasgow than New York Thats a fact

Depends what you mean by "New York".

In the central touristy bits of Manhattan, I've rarely ever felt safer no matter what time of night it was. Fair enough once the street numbers start to get up into the 90s to 100s it changes a bit but most people won't be staying up there.

Much as I love Glasgow and very rarely feel unsafe here with some common sense, I felt that Manhattan was safer. However, for those of you planning a UK trip that have never been to Glasgow, if you can put your prejudices aside and give it a try, I guarantee you'll have a great time. Good shopping, plenty of decent restaurants, Loch Lomond on your doorstep, some great people (the ones who don't detest the English and want independence).

I live in Glasgow, want independence and DONT detest the English (I have an English dad and sisters). It's as safe as an city, and when did this become a forum on how bad Glasgow is? It's posts like those above that make the Scots feel the way they do about the English!!

It's posts like yours that make it seem like we all hate the English. People like you spend the whole time saying we don't hate the English, then in the next breath say we only hate them because they hate us. For anyone to say there isn't a significant group of English haters in Scotland is just wrong. THANKFULLY, they're not in the majority. However, if you do want to find a majority, then look no further than the Scottish National Party and the supporters of independence.
rfc4spl1
jacksprout
cjboydell
Chiptivo
But I would have to go to Glasgow. :(

Go to Glasgow??? It's the people returning to Glasgow I feel sorry for!!
Safer in Glasgow than New York Thats a fact

Depends what you mean by "New York".

In the central touristy bits of Manhattan, I've rarely ever felt safer no matter what time of night it was. Fair enough once the street numbers start to get up into the 90s to 100s it changes a bit but most people won't be staying up there.

Much as I love Glasgow and very rarely feel unsafe here with some common sense, I felt that Manhattan was safer. However, for those of you planning a UK trip that have never been to Glasgow, if you can put your prejudices aside and give it a try, I guarantee you'll have a great time. Good shopping, plenty of decent restaurants, Loch Lomond on your doorstep, some great people (the ones who don't detest the English and want independence).

I live in Glasgow, want independence and DONT detest the English (I have an English dad and sisters). It's as safe as an city, and when did this become a forum on how bad Glasgow is? It's posts like those above that make the Scots feel the way they do about the English!!
trigger_andy
You're Scottish right?

rfc4spl1
trigger_andy
Well its clear where you stand. And if you have to ask what side of the fence the Huns and Guffs are on they you clearly are idiotic as your last post leads me to believe.


rfc4spl1
trigger_andy
So thats Rangers supporters and all the Guffs then?


rfc4spl1
jacksprout
cjboydell
Chiptivo
But I would have to go to Glasgow. :(

Go to Glasgow??? It's the people returning to Glasgow I feel sorry for!!
Safer in Glasgow than New York Thats a fact

Depends what you mean by "New York".

In the central touristy bits of Manhattan, I've rarely ever felt safer no matter what time of night it was. Fair enough once the street numbers start to get up into the 90s to 100s it changes a bit but most people won't be staying up there.

Much as I love Glasgow and very rarely feel unsafe here with some common sense, I felt that Manhattan was safer. However, for those of you planning a UK trip that have never been to Glasgow, if you can put your prejudices aside and give it a try, I guarantee you'll have a great time. Good shopping, plenty of decent restaurants, Loch Lomond on your doorstep, some great people (the ones who don't detest the English and want independence).

Are you saying that they're the ones who do detest the English and want independence or don't?

There are plenty here who don't want it. The overwhelming majority I'd say. The problem is the cyber nats have a sustained campaign of harassment and bullying to make it seem like all of Scotland wants its Braveheart moment. If you go around many of the major newspaper websites you'll find that it's many of the same people commenting.

The halfwits in Edinburgh are a different story mind you.

What they're doing to the country is a crying shame as I used to be quite proud of being Scottish. Now I'm embarrassed and can't sing Flower of Scotland over shame that what once were sung as jovial and friendly lyrics have a nasty and xenophobic slant to them.

I know fine well where the "Huns" stand. As for the Guffs, my apologies but I hadn't come across that term before. Didn't realise that makes me an idiot. Everyone knows that a knowledge of derogatory names is an intrinsic component of intelligence. I was merely clarifying what you meant as your comment came across as sarcastic.

Yep. Can honestly say I've never heard "Guffs" before as a term.
rfc4spl1
trigger_andy
So thats Rangers supporters and all the Guffs then?


rfc4spl1
jacksprout
cjboydell
Chiptivo
But I would have to go to Glasgow. :(

Go to Glasgow??? It's the people returning to Glasgow I feel sorry for!!
Safer in Glasgow than New York Thats a fact

I hardly think the majority of people in Scotland do not want Independence, you are blinkered if you think that. Know many who want it,

Depends what you mean by "New York".

In the central touristy bits of Manhattan, I've rarely ever felt safer no matter what time of night it was. Fair enough once the street numbers start to get up into the 90s to 100s it changes a bit but most people won't be staying up there.

Much as I love Glasgow and very rarely feel unsafe here with some common sense, I felt that Manhattan was safer. However, for those of you planning a UK trip that have never been to Glasgow, if you can put your prejudices aside and give it a try, I guarantee you'll have a great time. Good shopping, plenty of decent restaurants, Loch Lomond on your doorstep, some great people (the ones who don't detest the English and want independence).

Are you saying that they're the ones who do detest the English and want independence or don't?

There are plenty here who don't want it. The overwhelming majority I'd say. The problem is the cyber nats have a sustained campaign of harassment and bullying to make it seem like all of Scotland wants its Braveheart moment. If you go around many of the major newspaper websites you'll find that it's many of the same people commenting.

The halfwits in Edinburgh are a different story mind you.

What they're doing to the country is a crying shame as I used to be quite proud of being Scottish. Now I'm embarrassed and can't sing Flower of Scotland over shame that what once were sung as jovial and friendly lyrics have a nasty and xenophobic slant to them.
Another cheap alternative is to stay in Jersey City. We got the Westin there for £50 or £60 per night a few years ago. Station is right across the road and takes you to near Macy's in NYC in about 15 minutes. I think it even runs through the night, on a slightly different route.

Also, less tax on shopping in New Jersey, and there's a mall right next to the hotel :)
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Jet2 - 10% off every flight

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Some great prices on offer - 10% is automatically deducted off the price when booking... Booked return flights to Amsterdam for £88 in August, can't go wrong.
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I've just flown with jet2 about 2 weeks ago. They were the cheapest flights I could find. Ryanair had just doubled th price of the ones I was looking to book. Didn't have any problems. I was happy with the seats we was allocated. We even arrived a bit early.
Jet2 are not cheap even with 10% off. return to Lanzarote october jet2 £188 Ryanair £126.

Edited By: den169 on May 21, 2014 10:28
I looked at Alicante flights for September dates last week, now with 10% off they have gone up by £72!
aljack
jonnyclewlow
Not sure if dumb people are voting cold or if I'm dumb for not understanding why they're voting cold?!?
10% off flights? Why chilly?
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I'd rather stick pins in my eyes than fly with these cowboys! At least Ryanair have a modern fleet of aircraft, not that I fly with them either. Jet2 have an aging fleet of aircraft that breakdown often. They should be called jet 2morrow.......if you get there tomorrow lol


never realised....thanks for educating me!
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All inclusive ZANTE June for 2adults 2 kids £674.00 @ Jet2

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All inclusive for 7 nights for 2 adults 2 children Includes coach transfers and 22kilos of luggage from Leeds Bradford really good flight times too Mixed reviews on hotel but to be fair at that…
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Could the discount code worth £25 each be added to this deal?

Code = HOLIDAY25
Any deals for a short break fir family of 5 2 x adults 3x kids (12 9 & 3)
Wonder if you could add an infant for few then so 5 for same price xx
wow fantastic price - its always hard to get links working they time out so fast.

Its not the ritz like you say but at this price, less than £170pp who can grumble. Thanks for sharing and voted hot hot hot :)

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Edited By: SunshineStacey on May 19, 2014 09:51
If its 2 adults, 1 child and 1 infant under 2 the price drops to just £443 as you get them both free! Yet they still want £625 if its just 2 adults due to under occupancy!

Edited By: ellie27 on May 19, 2014 09:47
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100,000 Flights reduced for May, June, July Departures - Prices Starting from £33 one-way @ Jet2.com

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Just got an email from Jet2.com, they have reduced the price of over 100,000 flights for May, June and July departures including flights to Barcelona, Nice, Pisa and Verona. Prices start from only
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never flown with jet 2 .. are they any good..


Yes...we've used them twice from Newcastle to Rome. Decent planes, legroom etc. Absolutely no problems with them at all.
thanks for that. flown with a few airlines and always been happy with easyjet out of the low cost carriers. will give them a try ..
Hi I'm looking for a week for 2 to egypt on June 7th in sharm can you help Stacey
cornishscouse
never flown with jet 2 .. are they any good..


Yes...we've used them twice from Newcastle to Rome. Decent planes, legroom etc. Absolutely no problems with them at all.
Holiday time
asda travel.. always the cheapest!!
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*November 2014* New York - Return Flights from £341.00pp including 10kg Luggage each various November dates from East Midlands, Manchester, Leeds @ Jet2

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There are a few flights listed on Jet2 for November to New York from various departure airports. Here are some examples: 13th - 17th November 2014 - from Manchester - £368.00 13th - 16th Novemb…
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Reasonable price but as mentioned very very basic and rather old tatty planes.
no in flight entertainment, poor leg room an expensive drinks/food.
I would rather pay the extra for a long haul
rachael125
When i click on the link it says session expired??

UPDATED LINK HERE
When i click on the link it says session expired??
tonikeys
I find it puzzling that the New York flights are double the price of Orlando flights, even though it's almost 1000 miles closer.

Surely the landing fees can't be that much more?

The orlando flights for November will not be so much cheaper :)

New York late deal flights are much harder to come by xx
new york rocks! !! Orlando sucks
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Return flights to New York (Newark) on 17th April and returning 20th April. £321.30 Newcastle and Leeds Bradford £353.70. Price includes 22kg baggage and all airline taxes/charges with Jet2

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To get the price you will need to use code AMJ10 which gives 10% off return flights in April, May and June. Looks like the same dates for the two departure airports. I've not added any hotels
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i love leeds and bradford airport but after being on a jet2 plane to spain im not sure how it manages to last all the way across the pond lol
Saying flights not available from LBA ;(
djgreeneyes
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fresno bob
Why do these deals always fly out from nonsense places like these?
Ant and Dec would disagree.
solidamber
fresno bob
Why do these deals always fly out from nonsense places like these?
Ant and Dec would disagree.

I doubt they would disagree as they live in London :-)
Ive noticed that the truly, monumentaly, stupid dwell on what their low-IQ mind associates with an area.
Ive noticed with no shortage of increduilty that it seems a certain area that does the Ant & Dec thing.
The midlands. The baffling stupidity of Villa fans in 2009 was the first time - and it's ONLY been this region since.
love how "londoners" ae complaining about this as its from Newcastle, makes a change as 90% of flight deals on here are from London
Newark NJ? forget new York get to Atlantic city!
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7 Nights SC in Corfu/Kavos from Glasgow departing Aug 12th - £249.01 PP inc baggage and transfers

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7 nights self catering in Corfu staying at the 3* Yianetta Complex on the outskirts of Kavos for 2 adults in the height of summer. Ideal cheap deal for the young or not quite so young. FLIGHTS
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Flights to Ibiza from Edinburgh under £200 @ Jet2

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Great deals on flights to Ibiza return in August for just under £200 great price from Scotland! Others dates which are also on offer from £50 one way
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they featured on the BBC program the Sherif are coming Today . so don't think the person on That show would agree with your above statement
watch out. the grammar police are coming
What was the point of that. I was only telling people, but you had to be smug about things now.
If you don't have anything constructive to say, then why don't you go back to being alone. Rather than trying to contribute worthless taunts to this community.

The grammar police must have paid you a visit.
No mate, not yet. Are you this funny, towards that many people you meet out on the street? It would explain why you go around in a gang, featured on your aviator. Pretty well understandable, I think for your sake.

Edited By: leeparsons on Jan 23, 2014 10:47
If you search and switch to month view you can see all dates!
they featured on the BBC program the Sherif are coming Today . so don't think the person on That show would agree with your above statement
Great Airline ,I always use them when possible .They always seem to have flights at reasonable times . Out at 8am ish ,return at 2pm ish to Canary Islands or Greece ,certainly from East Midlands.
dates please. i cannot find any thing close to £50
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EMA East Midlands to EWR Newark NJ New York 14th > 17th Nov Return for £299.00 @ jet2

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I know its very short notice and i know you need to add extra for luggage but its cheap and for those in the midlands, very easy to get to the airport. its only 3 days so i guess you wouldnt need a lu…
dipteshr Avatar3y, 4w agoFound 3 years, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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Was 270 when the sale10 code was working, was mentioned in another thread. Good price.

Edited By: exit_music on Nov 07, 2013 20:04
Zeb
Don't forget your ESTA.

absolutely... but please do this yourself and don't pay a company for the service.
Don't forget your ESTA.
Not sure what flying at length on a budget airline is going to do for your sanity
jonnny1
Code expired a couple of weeks ago I think.

You're right. I called them and they say there are no active codes at the moment.
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Direct Flight to New York 21st-24th nov £298.00 return from manchester from jet2.com

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This is my first post so apologies if I have done it wrong, I don't know how to copy links but if you go on jet2.com website there are flights to New York from Manchester from 21st nov to 24th nov for…
smithyair Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago61 Comments
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no space to input discount code on payment page now
Also on the point of ETOPS - hardly any Jet2 cabin crew are ETOPS licensed, so if the EWR crew went out of hours due to the a/c going tech, they couldn't just pluck some standby crew to cover the flight, it would be canx until the crew had taken sufficient rest to be legal to operate again - also applies to the fact that only the crew operating the service go to London to get a US visa (which you need to land into the States as crew) so even if standby crew were ETOPS licensed they still couldn't operate the service.

Edited By: sonypc100 on Oct 31, 2013 10:28: comma
The price above of £335 includes the MAN-LHR sector, generous baggage allowance, meal then afternoon tea and the plentiful vodka's.
Firstly I was on my phone so there were a few typo's "Appealing" and "757" opposed to Appalling and 747 being two in particular.

Few issues to cover, sonypc100 claimed they had poor reliability issues, I pointed out to make that comment valid you can only compare them against other 757 operators such as Thomson and Thomas Cook. It's not fair to compare them against other companies with lower fleet ages/different aircraft types (such as Ryanair or Easyjet). There was no suggestion or inference that these companies operated to the US, it was purely to counter the maintenance issues claim.

Second, as to why operators use the 757, there is something called ETOPS, I'm not going into the details of it but the aircraft has to adhere to certain specifications of onboard systems to comply. Not every aircraft does so only some types can do the North Atlantic sectors further than 60 minutes away from suitable airports.

Third factor is fuel, the 757 burns around 3.5 tonnes in the cruise and can hold approx 34 tonnes in its tanks. A lot of other aircraft don't have the capacity to carry enough fuel and passenger load for the UK-American sector.

Fourth, the 757 has been getting retired by many as its an aging aircraft as production in Seattle finished 10 years or so ago now. It still serves a purpose and thrust to weight ratio means it can get out of most airports with a full passenger and fuel load even if they are performance limited (Greek Islands predominantly).

Fifth is BA in their shiney 777's with plentiful miniature vodka's fly from Heathrow or Gatwick, so unless someone living in the NW wants to add getting to London and the additional extra expense to their airfare then pointing that out really shouldn't enter into the realms of a Hot UK Deal, its a personal opinion.
Brilliant price
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Flights from £43.20 return @ Jet2.com

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Jet2.com has a sale on just now flights from 24.00 if your lucky enough to get some add the code BLK10 to take a further 10% of return fares. Code valid for flights until Nov I thin…
marko4ever24 Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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easy jet are releasing apr-jul flights early sept. Get them early for a great price. last year we book 2adults 2children for £349 19th may 10nights liverpool- palma we added on luggage at a later date.
. Promotional code (BLK10) must be added at the time of booking.2. Offer valid on all flights booked from 10:00am on Tuesday 27th August 2013 to Monday 9th September 2013.3. Offer valid for return travel from Friday 30th August 2013 to 17th November 2014– by which time all return travel must be completed.4. Offer valid from all of our 8 UK airports5. Offer valid on all European Destinations plus Tel Aviv, Israel and the Xmas shopping trip to New York in Nov/Dec 2013.6. Offer only available when booked online at http://www.jet2.com7. Offer not available on one way flights.8. 10% discount will be applied to the total of any flights (including tax, but excluding credit card charges) and in-flight retail products purchased at time of booking (excluding purchase of any travel insurance or car hire via Jet2.com’s website).9. Applicable to new bookings only.10. One discount per booking.11. Customer must be aged 18 or over to place a booking.12. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.13. Offer excludes group bookings.14. If flight dates or any passenger names are changed by customer following the original booking, the discount will no longer apply and the balance shall become payable upon such change being made.15. Jet2.com reserves the right to amend or remove this promotion at any time prior to customer booking.16. All other terms and conditions as per the Jet2.com website apply.

Edited By: marko4ever24 on Aug 31, 2013 15:26
to be fair, just checking my out-bound flight to PMI in a few weeks is about £10 pp cheaper with jet2 for a similar time even with the extra £6 seat charge, if i hadn't already booked i probably would go jet2 and return ryanair,
just be aware jet2 max hand luggage size is slightly larger
korky69
try a different airline for return leg.
don't forget to add extra for seat selection, not sure if its compulsory with jet2, i usually go ryanair



Thanks, I will stick with Ryanair, they are still cheaper for me, than this offer.

But thanks for posting, I am sure it will be helpful to some.
try a different airline for return leg.
don't forget to add extra for seat selection, not sure if its compulsory with jet2, i usually go ryanair
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Redeem myJet2 points to pay for Taxes in September and October!

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Exciting news! You can now fly for absolutely NOTHING on selected city flights for travel in September and October using myJet2 points!** As well as redeeming points to pay for your base fare as norma…
philstret75 Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago7 Comments
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Ah! Must read instructions. I was trying to book for November. Doh! Thank you xx
Thank you. I will try again xx
On the last booking page, where you put your card details in.
I can't find the Promotional Box...where is it? xx
Omg.. I used them last month and spent about 200 pounds but I didnt have an account with them.
May I know if that is worth registering an account with them? (I dont fly with them very often)
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Manchester to Dubrovnik Croatia jet2.com 12jul to 19jul £86.00 Return

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A seriously good price if u fancy some beach island hopping this summer Pensione guest houses can be had for 15-25 euros a night, ferrys to korkula, hvar, mljet are ridiculously cheap under 15 eu…
whatyadoinsucka Avatar4y, 6m agoFound 4 years, 6 months ago17 Comments
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Address please?
Oh Christ, another internet warrior throwing out insults.
Grow up pedantic little man, we both now that you wouldnt say boo to a goose in the real world.

Well done to the OP, good spot & no complaints from me.
snake-hips
pablotatt
Apologies for hijacking the thread...but the help is absolutely invaluable.

BTW, this deal is superb but I think the description doesn't help much. Why didn't you put the per person price of £86? Chop down the description (it's a bit messy) and re-post it as return flights for 1 person.

(Just my flight home on that route cost me £65 and I'm flying 2 weeks before)

are you being serious?
what bit didnt you understand?

I'm being entirely serious and understood it completely. Why on earth did it need the costs for 2 people and all the info???

It clearly didn't seeing that the OP has changed it, knobhead.

Did you even read the posts?

Edited By: pablotatt on May 23, 2012 21:32
pablotatt
Apologies for hijacking the thread...but the help is absolutely invaluable.

BTW, this deal is superb but I think the description doesn't help much. Why didn't you put the per person price of £86? Chop down the description (it's a bit messy) and re-post it as return flights for 1 person.

(Just my flight home on that route cost me £65 and I'm flying 2 weeks before)

are you being serious?
what bit didnt you understand?
Apologies for hijacking the thread...but the help is absolutely invaluable.

BTW, this deal is superb but I think the description doesn't help much. Why didn't you put the per person price of £86? Chop down the description (it's a bit messy) and re-post it as return flights for 1 person.

(Just my flight home on that route cost me £65 and I'm flying 2 weeks before)

Edited By: pablotatt on May 23, 2012 19:41