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Jet2holidays creates dedicated city-breaks brand to fuel rising demand Juliet Dennis


Jet2holidays has created a new brand for its city-break product to meet increasing demand. Jet2CityBreaks offers 20 city destinations, with flights packaged with hotels ranging from two to five star. The operator has added


Cologne to its portfolio, with flights operating from Leeds Bradford airport to Düsseldorf. Jet2holidays is producing a


dedicated brochure and website under the Jet2CityBreaks brand. As part of the launch, the


operator has boosted the amount


The brochure features 20 cities


of information it offers, to make it easier to choose and plan a city break.


The new brochure and website


feature maps for each city to show the distance from hotels to the main attractions. There are also guides to transport links and things to do in each city. Also new are TripAdvisor reviews, giving impartial hotel ratings. Chief executive Steve Heapy said: “City breaks continue to grow in popularity with our customers, with more than 67,000 people booking a trip last year alone.


“Our new Jet2CityBreaks brand


has been developed to meet this increasing demand. “We want to give people the best possible range of destinations and the best possible insight and advice, so they choose the break that’s right for them.” The cities offered by Jet2CityBreaks are: Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Budapest, Cologne, Dubrovnik, Düsseldorf, Florence, Krakow, Las Palmas, Malaga, Palma, Paris, Pisa, Prague, New York, Nice, Rome, Venice, and Vienna. City breaks start at £155, with deposits from £60. tradesite.jet2holidays.com


16 • travelweekly.co.uk — 7 May 2015


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