Jet2holidays: Jet2.com adds flights to Crete and Rhodes after Greece taken off Scottish Government’s travel quarantine list

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have announced new flights to Greece from Scotland, less than 24 hours after the country was taken off the Scottish government’s quarantine list.

Scots will now be able to take additional weekend flights to Crete from Glasgow Airport, as well as flights to Rhodes from Glasgow Airport and Edinburgh Airport.

Today’s announcement comes as part of the company’s wider expansion into Greece.

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In the past few weeks, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have now added over 80 additional October and November services to Crete, Rhodes, Kos and Corfu from across its UK bases.

Scots will now be able to take additional weekend flights to Crete from Glasgow Airport, as well as flights to Rhodes from Glasgow Airport and Edinburgh Airport.

When are the new flights?

The new flights added today are as follows:

Edinburgh – Additional services operating to Rhodes on Wednesday, October 28, as well as on Saturday, November 7 and 14.

Glasgow – Weekly Saturday services operating to Crete (Heraklion) from Saturday, October 24 until Saturday, November 14.

In addition, there are weekly Friday services operating from Glasgow to Rhodes from Friday, October 30 until Friday, November 13.

“We are expecting a fantastic reaction”

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: “We know that the Scottish government’s decision to remove quarantine rules is music to the ears of our customers, who are looking to get away to their favourite destinations for some sun, relaxation and time away from it all.

“This is why we have responded in less than 24 hours to offer them a great choice of flights and holidays to Crete and Rhodes.

“We are expecting a fantastic reaction to the extra choice, great value and promise of our award-winning customer service.”

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