Jet2.com currently operates both domestic and international scheduled routes from their seven UK bases and one Spanish base to 58 destinations. Destinations include Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland and Turkey.
Jet2.com is the fourth largest scheduled airline in the UK. Its main base and headquarters is at Leeds Bradford International Airport, with further bases at Manchester, Belfast International, Edinburgh, Newcastle, East Midlands, Glasgow International and more recently Alicante.
Jet2.com has a fleet of 59 aircraft including 29 Boeing 737-300 series aircraft, 19 Boeing 737-800 series aircraft and Boeing 757-200 aircraft, with another 30 Boeing aircraft on order.
Jet2.com also operates an overnight cargo-carrying fleet for Royal Mail and offers a charter service through its Jet2charters brand. Sister company Jet2holidays offers ABTA and ATOL-protected package holidays with accommodation, transfers and Jet2.com flights to 47 city and sun destinations.
Jet2.com offer 10kg hand luggage for every passenger.
Passengers are entitled to 22kg of checked baggage allowance.
Jet2.com only offers one cabin class - this is Economy Class.
Jet2's Economy Class is its only cabin class.
Economy Class passengers can check-in online and choose their seats in advance, as well as order hot meals and champagne pre-flight.
If passengers don't pre-order meals, they can still order hot and cold refreshments onboard, as well as goods from the onboard Skyshop.
Jet2 Economy Class seats are comfortable and give ample legroom. Some seats give extra legroom and are available to purchase pre-check-in. Seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation.
While Jet2 doesn't offer a dedicated Premium Economy cabin, it does offer seats with extra legroom. These seats can be purchased when selecting a seat at check-in or before if the purchase is made in advance.
Jet2 only offers Economy Class.
Jet doesn't have a First Class cabin.
Although Jet2 do not include any complimentary meals on their flights, passengers can purchase meals before flying from the Jet2 website. All 11 meal options for adults consist of a hot filling meal with accompaniments. Jet2 provide a range of meals inspired by cuisine around the world, such as an English breakfast, Piri Piri Chicken, Curry and Italian pastas. Accompaniments for flights before 10am will be fruit, bread and a muffin, and for flights after 10am, accompaniments for meals will be cheese and crackers, bread and a dessert. You must book these meals at least 48 hours before flying via the Jet2 website, or by contacting Alternative Airlines’ customer service team to see how we can assist you.
If you have not pre-ordered meals online, there will also be a inflight menu and service consisting of lighter meals such as sandwiches, crisps and confectionary.
Passengers can check allergens in the pre-ordered meals on the Jet2 website. This means that passengers can see if each meal is suitable for them, and purchase if they wish to. Jet2 do not specifically cater for specific individual dietary needs such as vegan, gluten-free and kosher meals. However, passengers can bring their own cold food and snacks on board their flights.
Any passengers who have purchased a meal before flying will receive complimentary tea, coffee or water with their meal. In addition, all passengers can purchase hot and cold drinks from the in-flight drinks service. Jet2 also offer passengers the ability to purchase alcoholic beverages such as Champagne for their flight.
Jet2 operates flights to over 70 destinations in Europe including Madrid, Rome, the Canary Islands, Frankfurt, Geneva, Vienna, Copenhagen and many more.
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Leeds Bradford Airport is located at Yeadon, in the City of Leeds Metropolitan District in West Yorkshire, England, 6 nautical miles northwest of Leeds city centre itself. It was opened in October 1931 as Yeadon Aerodrome, and now it serves the cities of Leeds and Bradford, as well as the wider Yorkshire region including the cities of York and Wakefield, and the District of Harrogate, and is the largest airport within Yorkshire.
Airlines that fly from and to Leeds Bradford Airport include British Airways, Aer Lingus and Flybe. There is also a new start-up airline called Extrajet that plans to use Leeds Bradford Airport as its hub.
As of October 2022, Jet2 operates its flights with the following aircraft in its fleet:
The airline also has 63 orders of the Airbus A321neo to replace its current collection of Boeing 737-300s and Boeing 757-200s. Additionally, it has 35 orders of the Airbus A320neo - delivery dates are not yet known.