Jetairfly keeps avoiding some North-African & Middle-East destinations in favour of other summer destinations


In view of the uncertainties about security in some countries and areas, and prompted by a negative travel advice of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jetairfly has decided to further suspend flights to Sharm el-Sheikh and Tunisia (Djerba and Enfidha) at least until the end of the summer season (26 October 2016).

For operational reasons, flights to Marsa Alam (Egypt) and Aqaba (Jordan) are also cancelled for the same period. And since those changes have an influence on the fleet utilisation, the flights from Antwerp to Berlin Tegel will be cancelled from July 2016.

Indeed, Jetairfly will need aircraft to increase capacity to other summer destinations: Spain (+10%), Italy (+15%), Portugal (+30%) and Bulgaria (+60%).

Also long-haul destinations will see an increase in capacity: Dominican Republic (+20%), Jamaica and Cuba (+30%) and Mexico (+65%).


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