Easyjet pledges 12 new routes to popular destinations

Easyjet pledges 12 new routes to popular destinations

EasyJet is launching 12 new routes from eight UK airports, including three routes to Alicante in Spain and Enfidha in Tunisia. In addition, the airline will also be returning to Reus in Spain. 

EasyJet Holidays has also launched package holidays on the new routes, including its first-ever beach destinations from Southampton.

Two new routes to Spain’s coastal city, Alicante, will launch from Southampton on March 31 and Belfast City on May 2, and from Newcastle to Alicante on April 2 2024. The three routes will operate throughout summer with Southampton to Alicante scheduled once a week, on Sunday, Newcastle to Alicante twice a week, on Tuesday and Saturday, and Belfast City to Alicante twice a week, on Thursday and Sunday.

EasyJet will also restart flights from Luton to Reus as well as launch a new route from Manchester from April 2, which will operate twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, throughout the summer. 

The airline has also announced three new routes to Enfidha in north-eastern Tunisia, which will operate year-round. Liverpool to Enfidha will start on April 1 and operate twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays; Belfast International to Enfidha will launch on April 20 and operate twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays; and Glasgow to Enfidha will begin on May 2 and operate twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays.

Also new next summer is a new route from Bristol to Malta, with flights taking off for the first time on the Easter weekend (April 3) and operating twice a week throughout summer, on Wednesdays and Fridays. A new service from Glasgow to Larnaca, Cyprus’ port city, will start on May 4 and operate twice a week throughout summer, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

A new service from Southampton to Faro will also launch on June 6 and operate once a week, on Thursdays, throughout the peak summer season.

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