Posted on: 07 July 2011 by Ross McSweeny
easyJet is to increase the frequency on 15 of its Bristol routes to provide additional capacity – around 10,000 extra seats – on summer holiday routes to destinations including Dalaman, Faro, Ibiza and Split until the end of September.
Ali Gayward, easyJet commercial manager, explained, “Due to increased customer demand we are retaining an additional aircraft in Bristol throughout the summer to make some of our most popular destinations even more accessible to people in the South West. Passengers flying from Bristol will now find it even easier to jet off and soak up the sun with additional flights to holiday favourites such as Majorca, Bodrum, Crete and Sardinia on offer.”
easyJet currently flies to 43 destinations from Bristol Airport. The additional summer capacity will be available to: Bodrum, Dalaman, Faro, Geneva, Heraklion (Crete), Ibiza, La Rochelle, Mahon (Menorca), Murcia, Marseille, Olbia (Sardinia), Paphos (Cyprus), Palma (Majorca), Pisa and Split.