easyJet to fly from Manchester to Red Sea resort of Aqaba, Jordan
Low cost carrier easyJet has revealed details of its latest exciting new winter sun route for 2021/2022. Starting on 6 December 2021, easyJet is offering flights and holidays to the Jordanian Red Sea resort of Aqaba.
It will operate twice-weekly on Mondays and Fridays throughout the winter for anyone after some seasonal sunshine.
Ali Gayward, easyJet country manager, said of the new route: "We know our customers can't wait to go on a long-awaited and well-deserved holiday, so this new route will prove popular for customers wishing to get away for some winter sun and further strengthens our Manchester international network, providing customers with great value fares and ever more choice this winter."
easyJet releases summer 2022 flights and holidays early
easyJet has launched its summer 2022 campaign, making it the earliest it's ever released fares for the following summer.
With pent-up demand meaning plenty of people are looking to book trips for next year when there's likely to be more certainty around travel with far fewer restrictions, the airline, which also offers hotel-stays, city and beach breaks, felt it was the right time to make the fares available.
You can now book flights departing between 1 June 2022 and 30 September 2022 from £24.99 one-way to more than 100 destinations across Europe including the Canary Islands, Greece, Portugal and Spain.
Of the early launch, Paul Bixby, easyJet holidays commercial director, said of the launch: "We were really pleased with the response to our summer 2022 launch and we've seen first-hand how much demand there is for booking holidays to look forward to for when it's safe to travel again, so it's fantastic that we've been able to add even more to our summer 2022 selection."
Updated on Wednesday 8 September 2021
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