Olbia Airport: Jet2.com announces 4 new connections from the UK in 2022

From May 2022, the British airline Jet2.com will connect Olbia Airport with Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and London Stansted. The addition of Olbia as Sardinia’s first destination for next summer – the company underlines in a note – comes in response to the growing demand for travel by UK tourists.
The flight from Birmingham will be operated on Sundays from 29 May until 30 October; from Leeds Bradford will fly from 25 May to 26 October on Wednesdays; the connection from Manchester will run twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays, from 1 May to 30 October; always on Wednesdays and Sundays, always from May 1st to October 30th you will fly from Lndra Stansted.
With the addition of Sardinia, the British carrier expands its presence in Italy, arriving to operate in the Summer 22 in seven Italian airports (Catania, Olbia, Naples, Pisa, Rome, Venice and Verona).
“We are continuing to see great demand for summer 22 – commented Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays – so we are adding Sardinia to our program to give customers and travel agents even more choice. This beautiful Italian island offers tourists everything they could wish for, from culture and history to sunshine and glamor, with a wide choice of resorts and flights. We are thrilled to announce the connection program for Sardinia and we are sure that this magical destination will become popular with our customers ”.

“We are pleased to welcome Jet2.com to Olbia Airport – said Silvio Pippobello, CEO of Geasar -. The entry of the new carrier, enriched by the presence of the tour operator jet2hodlidays, is in line with the strategy of our airport which aims to expand its network in the United Kingdom, a market that, we are sure, will contribute to the recovery of traffic in the coming years “.

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