Posted on: 04 January 2010
easyJet is to launch a further 21 new routes in 2010, taking the total number of routes to be launched across its European network in the coming year to 70.
The addition of these new services means the airline will now offer choice of over 500 routes connecting its 19 bases across the UK and the continent to key airports across Europe and North Africa.
The new routes, with their start dates and frequencies in parentheses, are:
Liverpool to Bodrum (11 June – Mon & Fri); Bristol to Dalaman (16 July – Mon, Fri & Sun), Bodrum (17 July – Tue, Thu & Sat), and Heraklion (17 July – Wed & Sat); London Stansted to Bodrum (15 May – Tue, Thu & Sat), Dalaman (14 May – Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun), Dubrovnik (15 May – Tue, Thu & Sat) and Split (14 May – Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun); Amsterdam to Prague (14 May – daily); Geneva to Faro (3 April – Thu & Sat), Heraklion (19 June – Tue & Sat), Brindisi (3 April – Thu & Sat); Paris CDG to Palma (10 July – Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat & Sun), Split (10 July – Tue, Thu & Sat), Prague (28 March – daily), Malaga (14 May – daily), Toulouse (28 March – twice daily); Rome Fiumicino to Malta (12 March – daily), Nice (12 March – Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sun); Milan Malpensa to Mahon (date to be confirmed – Tue, Thu & Sat); and Paris Orly to Venice (28 March – twice daily).