Jet2 adds more flights to green list Bulgaria and Croatia

Jet2 adds more flights to green list Bulgaria and Croatia


JET2 has launched more flights and holidays to Bulgaria and Croatia after being added to the green list.

From July 19, Brits will be able to visit the two countries without having to quarantine when returning to the UK.

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It is also great news for unvaxxed Brits as both holiday destinations are welcoming UK arrivals even if they haven't had both jabs.

Both Bulgaria and Croatia accept a negative Covid test on arrival to avoid any quarantine restrictions.

With popular holiday resorts including Bulgaria's Sunny Beach, and Croatian cities Split and Dubrovnik, the new additions to the green list have given families a welcome boost for a trip abroad this summer.

Jet2 boss Steve Heapy said: "With Croatia and Bulgaria going onto the green list from Monday this means customers can enjoy quarantine-free flights and holidays to Dubrovnik, Split (in Croatia) and Bourgas (Sunny Beach, Bulgaria) this summer.

“We know what huge demand there is for green list destinations, so we have made an immediate decision to add thousands of additional seats to Croatia and Bulgaria this summer."

  • Jet2 flights to Bulgaria & Croatia – find here
  • Jet2 holidays to Bulgaria & Croatia – find here

Not only are there thousands of extra seats available, but there are also new routes being launched as well.

Two new routes from Glasgow and Leeds will fly to Bulgaria, while there will be more flights this summer to both Dubrovnik and Split from Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and London Stansted.

The airline also confirmed they were cancelling more holidays to Turkey until August 11 after the country was left on the red list.

Here are some of the best last minute deals to Croatia which start from just £146pp.

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