easyJet Offers 100,000 Flights for Winter 2024/25

easyJet Offers 100,000 Flights for Winter 2024/25
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easyJet has this week released it’s scheduling for flights taking place in the Winter 2024/25 season.

130 destinations will be served by the airline in orange, who are looking to continue on the strong demand experienced in bookings.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

easyJet in the Winter…


easyJet Offers 100,000 Flights for Winter 2024/25
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Across the 100,000 flights, more than 18 million seats will be on offer to book for the Winter 2024/25 season with easyJet.

Of that 18 million, 10 million will be in the UK alone, amounting to 57,000 of the 100,000 flights.

For the UK flights, the airline listed out some popular flights with low fares, which may have disappeared by the time of publication:

  • Belfast to Tenerife from £38.39
  • Bristol to Reykjavik (Iceland) from £34.17
  • Edinburgh to Paris Charles de Gaulle from £38.99
  • Glasgow to Berlin from £29.99
  • Manchester to Copenhagen from £32.99
  • London Gatwick to Venice from £38.99

Commenting on the launch this week was easyJet UK Country Manager, Ali Gayward:

“We are delighted to be putting more of our winter schedule on sale today so that customers can book early and enjoy great value fares on flights and package holidays for a Christmas break, their next ski getaway or enjoy some winter sun.”

“By putting millions of seats on sale until 2nd March 2025 across over 500 routes from the UK to more than 130 destinations across Europe and beyond, we are providing more choice and value for our customers in the UK and we look forward to welcoming them onboard.”   

Turning a Corner in Growth?


easyJet Offers 100,000 Flights for Winter 2024/25
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2024 continues to be a big year for easyJet, with them turning a corner in terms of growth and expansion.

They have recently unveiled new flights to The Amalfi Coast from London, as well as Agadir, Athens, Prague & Malta flights from Nice.

Furthermore, more flights from London Southend have also been revealed by the orange airline.

It’s examples like this which highlight the growth plans that easyJet have not just in the UK, but around Europe too.

easyJet has also inaugurated it’s new base of Birmingham this week as well.

The new base in Birmingham Airport with easyJet is set to hit the ground running.

Three aircraft will be based at BHX, which will create 140 direct jobs and support 1,200 indirectly.

16 new routes are also on offer for the Summer 2024 season too.

This will equate to frequencies being increased by over 50% each week throughout the busy period.

Overall…


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Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how the base performs over the busy Summer 2024 season.

If things go well, then there is nothing to stop the airline from adding more flights and new routes.

easyJet is clearly thriving once again, especially as one of the staple companies in air travel.

But for now, let’s see how performance goes over this busy period of the year and into the Winter season.

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