EasyJet announces new summer holiday flight routes across Europe

EasyJet announced six new routes to destinations in Europe, the launch of the next year.

The budget airline is set to make the holidays easier on the wallet next year, by increasing the frequency of flights on offer in the framework of 11 existing roads.

The routes will be operated from London Luton Airport next summer.

The low-cost airline is adding six new destinations in Europe, including the island of Zakynthos in Greece, Larnaca, Cyprus, Fuertevenura and Gran Canaria in the Canary islands, Marrakech, Morocco, and Bulgarian from the beach of Varna.

The airline has added Gran Canaria to the list of destinations it will fly from London Luton Airport

It is also increasing services to Rhodes, Heraklion, Thessaloniki, Tenerife, Krakow and Porto, with seven flights per week.

Flights to the Balearic preferred to Palma de Mallorca will increase by 30%, with 28 flights per week.

And trips to Milan could be on the cards as the number of flights has tripled, with 21 flights per week to choose from.

It happens that the airline should return to flight of the airport, on the 1st of July.

Ali Gayward, UK, Country Manager, easyJet, said: “We are really looking forward to getting back in the air, in a few weeks, with 90% of our destinations.

“The addition of six new summer routes and added to fly on the 11 existing from Luton, next year will offer our customers even more choice.

“I know that many in the region are eager for the resumption of flights this summer, especially as many of our passengers have had to revamp their spring and beginning of summer holiday plans this year.”

Alberto Martin, chief executive officer of London Luton Airport, added: “We work hard with easyJet to ensure that staff and passengers remain safe as the recovery of the service of ALL.

“The announcement of more destinations that are fantastic in 2021 is excellent news for passengers and a nice addition to the airport from the routes list”.

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