THE UK's largest tour operator and leading leisure airline has put 34 destinations on sale for summer 2025, all of which will fly from Bristol Airport. and Jet2holidays have also introduced a brand new route to the Greek city of Kalamata as part of their Summer Sun programme. Services to this destination, known for its long beaches and waterfront restaurants, will operate every Wednesday.

Other popular destinations on sale include Spain, Italy, Malta, Portugal, and much more.

In order to meet high demand, it is estimated that the companies will fly almost 110 departing weekly flights from Bristol Airport during peak periods in summer 2025.

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: "As the UK’s largest tour operator, we have listened to what our customers are telling us and reacted by putting our Summer 25 Sun programme on sale from Bristol Airport nice and early, including a brand-new and exclusive destination in Kalamata.  

“By going on sale with this exciting Summer 25 programme today, we are giving customers the chance to lock in the price of their holiday now, have their pick of the best choice of destinations, hotels, rooms and flights, and spread the cost.

"Our Summer 25 Sun programme represents our largest programme to date from Bristol Airport, and the size and scale of this means customers in the South West have lots of choice and flexibility when it comes to getting away.

"On top of today’s announcement, we will be revealing more good news about our exciting Summer 25 operations from Bristol Airport soon.” 

Rupert Lawrie, commercial director, Bristol Airport said: “All customers travelling through Bristol Airport from summer 2025, will see the transformational changes we are enabling currently.

"This work includes one of the largest public transport interchange hubs in the region, a new multi-storey car park, enclosed glazed airbridge connecting the terminal and transport hub and car parks, and enhanced catering and retail facilities available in the terminal. 

“The development of Bristol Airport to being a 12 million passenger per annum airport will create thousands of new jobs in the years ahead, open-up new direct air links, and support inbound tourism.

"The public transport interchange hub is the first of many projects being completed to enhance the customer experience at Bristol Airport whilst meeting the challenge of developing in a responsible way and the commitment in being a net zero airport operation by 2030.”