easyJet has introduced it should function 21 new routes this winter together with 4 new locations.
Aqaba in Jordan, Rovaniemi, Finland, Warsaw, Poland and Pau Pyrenees in France are among the many assortment of latest routes which went on sale at the moment.
The brand new routes will present over 800,000 further seats throughout your complete easyJet community.
easyJet turns into the one UK airline providing direct flights to Aqaba – a historic port metropolis on the Purple Sea’s Gulf of Aqaba and common with seaside and scuba diving lovers alike.
easyJet will start its first weekly flight from London Gatwick airport on November 10th with over 8,000 passengers anticipated to fly all through the winter.
easyJet has introduced at the moment it’s connecting the Polish capital Warsaw for the primary time with 4 flights every week from Gatwick and has additionally added new path to the Pyrenees from Paris.
The ‘official’ residence city of Santa Claus in Lapland has now been related this Christmas to fly hundreds of kids to go to Santa.
Rovaniemi shall be served by easyJet from October 31st with flights on sale now and can function twice weekly on Wednesday and Sunday.
The brand new service is predicted to hold greater than 13,000 prospects within the first winter of operation.
Sophie Dekkers, director, UK market easyJet, mentioned: “We’re happy to be persevering with to ship an unrivalled community which, with at the moment’s announcement sees 4 fully new locations and 21 new routes on sale.
“Our new routes are making it simpler and extra inexpensive than ever for our prospects to journey to a variety of winter locations.
“We count on our new locations to be particularly common amongst prospects – with a combination of winter solar scorching spots reminiscent of Aqaba, quick metropolis breaks reminiscent of Warsaw or a household Christmas favorite in Lapland, we’re persevering with to ship a community of locations which give our prospects with flexibility and selection, underlining our dedication to offering the locations our prospects need.”