The Jet2 ‘torture’ that desperate travellers say they’d endure for a holiday

Desperately hopeful travellers say that they’d go through the ‘pure torture’ of listening to Jess Glynne’s Hold My Hand on repeat if only they could go on holiday.

Jet2, which flies from Birmingham Airport, has been using the hit as their signature theme for the past few years, featuring it on adverts and playing it repeatedly before their planes take off.

Many have shared on social media that the song has quickly become one of their ‘most hated’ tracks, given how frequently they hear it.

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But now that ever changing travel restrictions are leaving travellers apprehensive about booking, they’re longing for the chance to hear it en route to a sunny destination once more.

Twitter user Danielle wrote: “Didn’t think I would ever say this but… I would give anything to sit on a Jet2 flight to Tenerife listening to Hold My Hand on repeat. Desperate times.”

Another said earlier this year, before restrictions lifted: “Jess Glynne, I’m sorry for ever slagging off your music. I’d kill a man to hear Hold my Hand on a Jet2 flight right now.”

The song is a serious source of annoyance to many. Hannah Ford tweeted: “It won’t be a day too soon when Jet2 stop using Hold My Hand as their song!”

Kate Mellett added: “Sitting on a plane that’s slightly delayed is bad enough without the pure torture of it being a Jet2 and Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand playing repeatedly.”

Another user said that they’ve found a way to use people’s annoyance over the song to their advantage.

Immie wrote: “Would like to thank Jess Glynne and Jet2 for rinsing that Hold My Hand song so much that we played it to get customers to leave at the end of the day and it actually worked lmaooo”.

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