JetsGo Holidays has announced a new service from Belfast City Airport to Palma de Mallorca.
A statement published on Belfast City Airport's website said, "JetsGo Holidays has announced a weekly service from Belfast City Airport to Palma de Mallorca for summer 2022.
"The fully financially protected package holidays will take off from 18th June with an extensive choice of three to five-star hotels available."
JetsGo Holidays Managing Director Statement
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In a statement also published on Belfast City Airport's website, JetsGo Holidays managing director Daniel Reilly said, "Many people have had to forgo their summer holidays over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic but now, with the removal of the traffic light system for travel from Northern Ireland, demand for a sunshine holiday has increased.
"The ease and hassle-free nature of a JetsGo package will be exactly what holidaymakers are looking for.
"Whether they want self-catering accommodation or an all-inclusive bundle, passengers are guaranteed great value and a great holiday with JetsGo."
Belfast City Airport Aviation Development Manager Statement
In another statement published on Belfast City Airport's website, Belfast City Airport aviation development manager Ellie McGimpsey said, "As a holiday favourite, Palma de Mallorca is a popular destination for friends, families, and couples.
"The introduction of this JetsGo Holiday service to Palma will provide customers in Northern Ireland with additional choice and value when planning for summer 2022."
Belfast City Airport added, "Flights to Palma de Mallorca will operate on a British Airways Embraer 190 aircraft, seating 98, and depart each Saturday from 18th June to 13th August 2022.
"For more information or to book, visit www.jetsgoholidays.com or call free on 0800 368 9078."
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