easyJet has this week announced that 12 brand new routes will launch in the Summer 2024 program, expanding on a successful previous period.
Via a press release released on November 7, the carrier has outlined its plans for these new routes in terms of frequencies etc.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
easyJet Launches 12 New Routes for Summer 2024…
In simplified terms, below is a list of the routes that easyJet intends on starting up for the Summer 2024 season:
- Southampton-Alicante – March 31 – 1x weekly.
- Belfast City-Alicante – May 2 – 2x weekly.
- Newcastle-Alicante – April 2 – 2x weekly.
- Luton-Reus – April 2 – 2x weekly.
- Manchester-Reus – April 2 – 2x weekly.
- Liverpool-Enfidha – April 1 – 2x weekly.
- Belfast-Enfidha – April 20 – 2x weekly.
- Glasgow-Enfidha – May 2 – 2x weekly.
- Bristol-Malta – April 3 – 2x weekly.
- Glasgow-Larnaca – May 4 – 2x weekly.
- Southampton-Faro – June 6 – 1x weekly
- Belfast-Larnaca – Unknown start date & frequency.
With these new flights, it means that an additional 20 weekly flights will be added as a result of this announcement for the Summer 2024 season.
Ali Gayward, easyJet‘s UK Country Manager commented on this expansion:
“We’re delighted to be launching twelve new routes and package holidays from eight of our airports across the UK to a fantastic range of leisure destinations, offering even more choice and connectivity to our customers all across the UK, whether they’re planning a holiday to Spain’s sunny coast or Tunisia’s beach town Enfidha as well as even more connections from the UK to beach favourites Malta, Faro and Cyprus.”
All eyes will be on the carrier to see how the Summer 2024 season performs for them off the back of a Summer 2023 season.
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