Posted on: 15 February 2010 by Ross McSweeny
easyJet is to add Kosovo and the Isle of Man to its network this spring, with services between Liverpool and Isle of Man as well as services from Geneva and Basel to the Kosovan Capital, Pristina.
The airline will also introduce a new route connecting Geneva with Tel Aviv. Service to this destination was recently begun by easyJet from London Luton, and the airline claims the route is proving to be a great success.
The details of the new routes are: Liverpool–Isle of Man will be a daily service excluding Tuesdays and beginning on 21 May; Geneva–Pristina begins on 19 June and will initially operate twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays; Basel–Pristina will start on 26 June, operating on Thursdays and Saturdays; and finally Geneva–Tel Aviv will launch on 30 August with flights four times a week on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
These four routes will take the total number of new easyJet routes to be added to the airline’s network in 2010 to 74.