Jet2.com is giving skiers and snowboarders the chance to grab a piste of the action in the French, Swiss, Austrian and Italian Alps nice and early, after putting its Ski programme on sale from across ten of its UK bases earlier than ever before for Winter 24/25.
easyJet, Europe’s number one major airport operator and France’s number two short and medium haul airline, has put on sale two million seats to its most popular ski routes across Europe this winter. As heavy snowfalls are expected throughout the coming weeks, the airline is launching its first full ski flying programme in over two years. easyJet’s ski flying programme in Europe is also increasing by 30% this winter compared to 2022
Three years ago, Aspen Skiing Company, a leading operator of ski resorts in North America, introduced its hospitality division, The Little Nell Hotel Group. Today, the group has been rebranded as Aspen Hospitality to reflect the scale and breadth of this growing division.
With snow in short supply this winter, skiers can be sure of finding plenty of the fresh powder in Finland to enjoy the best of the ski season. From Lapland to Lakeland, Finland’s ski snowbound season is long and usually lasts from November all the way through to April. Be they beginners or advanced, skiers of all levels will find the perfect slope on Finland’s fells and long hills, while thrill seekers can head off-piste to explore the Finnish winter wilderness.
Aeroflot will traditionally offer passengers an additional checked baggage allowance, allowing them to transport for free one set of ski equipment as well as surfing, kitesurfing, wakeboarding, wind-surfing and diving equipment, weighing up to 23 kg.
This December scheduled departures from the UK are projected to hit 83% of December 2019 levels, as the industry continues to see strong winter demand. Flights from UK airports are also up 35% compared to December 2021, with over 65,000 planned departures during this month.
Pan Pacific Whistler Hotels came out on top at this year’s World Ski Awards. Coinciding with its 25th anniversary, Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside was named Canada’s Best Ski Hotel for the 10th year in a row and for the first time, Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre scooped up the award for Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel.