AIRLINE Jet2 has announced the launch of flights from Glasgow to the popular Greek island.
The first flight of the new route left Glasgow Airport as part of today’s launch.
The airline has confirmed that Scots can fly from Glasgow to enjoy the sun on the course.
Flights to Island Paradise operate from 4 May to 26 October.
Boss confirmed that the new summer route is a response to “strong demand” from both customers and travel agencies.
Part of the Dodecane Islands, Kos boasts lively party towns, quaint seaside resorts and traditional fishing villages for your Scottish vacation.
The various locations on the course all have something in common. All boast beautiful beaches and serve traditional cuisine.
Kos’ addition to the list of locations means Jet2 aircraft will take off to six Greek destinations departing from Glasgow this summer.
Scots can take off to Kos, Corfu, Kefalonia, Crete (Heraklion) Rhodes and Zante.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said:
“It is fantastic to fly from Glasgow Airport to this popular sunny destination because we know this new route will be popular with customers and independent travel agents in the region.
“An award-winning airline and travel agency offering customers and independent travel agents an unrivaled program for summer 22, selling 30 solar and city destinations on a base this summer.”
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