easyjet reach 700 route milestone with nine new UK services
easyJet has announced that over 700 routes are now on sale at easyJet.com for the first time in the airline’s history.
The milestone has been reached with the addition of 19 new routes, due to start flying this autumn, across the easyJet network including nine UK services which are now on sale. The new routes will provide over 390,000 additional seats across the easyJet network with over 144,000 of these being to and from the UK.
With the overwhelming popularity of easyJet’s current flights to Reykjavik, Iceland, the airline has launched a further two routes to the capital. Over 30,000 passengers are expected to use Ireland’s only direct scheduled flights from Belfast International airport alone which join easyJet’s current UK connections from Bristol, London Luton, Edinburgh and Manchester airports. Reykjavik also becomes destination number 107 from London Gatwick – easyJet’s largest base.
There are three brand new easyJet destinations from London Luton to Naples in Italy, Basel – Switzerland’s third largest city – and Munich, the capital of Germany’s Bavaria region. All three cities are key additions to the airline’s already comprehensive European flight network which will provide easy and affordable access for all whether travelling for business or leisure.
easyJet’s new UK flights now on sale are:
|From||Destinations||Start Date||Days of Week|
|London Luton Airport||Naples||29th October 2014||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday|
|London Luton Airport||Munich||3rd November 2014||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|London Luton Airport||Basel||7th November 2014||Every day except Saturdays|
|London Gatwick||Reykjavik||27th October 2014||Monday, Thursday, Friday|
|Manchester||Madeira||14th February 2015||Monday, Saturday|
|Belfast International||Reykjavik||12th December 2014||Monday, Friday|
|Edinburgh||Madeira||3rd February 2015||Tuesday, Saturday|
|Glasgow||Marrakech||29th October 2014||Wednesday, Saturday|
|Aberdeen||Geneva||13th December 2014||Saturday|