According to recent data published by Ski Club of Great Britain, resorts across Europe have had fresh snowfalls in the past week with some reporting upper piste levels in excess of 200cm.
Geneva, Chambery, Lyon, Grenoble, Turin and Salzburg are just some of the major ski connections on Stansted’s doorstep, transporting passengers to resorts such as Chamonix, Courchevel, Verbier, Serre Chevalier, Sestriere, and Mayrhofen in just a short flight.
Speaking about the ski options from Stansted this winter, the airports Airline, Route and Marketing Manager, Paul Haynes said:
“Ryanair, easyJet, Thomas Cook and Thomson operate popular ski programs from Stansted, and together with specialist operators Snowjet and Esprit Ski have all options covered, whether it’s a week or short break you want on the snow.
“February marks the half-way point of the season for any winter sport enthusiast, so with good snow levels across most of Europe, and a host of ski connections on Stansted’s doorstep, it’s just a matter of deciding where, when and for how long you want to go.”
To take advantage of Europe’s snow record and book your Stansted departure to the piste visit:
Stansted has more scheduled connections across Europe than any other airport. To view all direct flight connections from London Stansted visit stanstedairport.com/destinations