Jet2 Announce New Belfast Jobs

Jet2 has confirmed it is to create 86 new jobs at Belfast International Airport.

The announcement comes as the airline said it is to charter flights to new destinations from the airport.

The new routes will operate to Gran Canaria, Prague, Rome and Zante.

The jobs are understood to include flight and cabin crew, engineers and ground operations staff.

Rome and Prague will be served by twice weekly flights, with the other routes will see one flight a week.
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The news comes just a week Virgin Atlantic confirmed it is to run a short summer service to Orlando, while Easyjet also recently confirmed it was to introduce a new service to Iceland which will begin in December this year.


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