The airline company low cost easyJet will base three aircraft at its new base in birminghamand will launch there in the spring of 2024 15 new seasonal routes mainly to the Mediterranean.
After announcing flights to Paris-CDG and Lyon for the end of October and inaugurating a route to Nantes last summer, the British specialist in low-cost flights has just revealed 15 seasonal novelties in its future base at the airport of birmingham, where three Airbus A320s will be stationed. Dry flights will be on sale “in the coming months”, thousands of vacation packages are already offered.
The list of new arrivals includes two weekly flights to Alicante (from April 2, 2024), Antalya (April 1) and Barcelona (April 1), three to Berlin (March 31), two to Corfu (April 3), three to Dalaman (April 2), two verses Enfidha (March 31, his seventh to the city of Tunisia), one to Heraklion (April 3), three to Jersey (March 31), one to Kos (May 10) and one to Larnaca (April 3), two to Malaga (31 March), one to Rhodes (April 2), two to Sharm el-Sheikh (April 2) and two to Tenerife South (April 1).
Birmingham holidaymakers “looking for a relaxing beach holiday or a thrilling city break now have thousands of packages to choose from with easyJet Holidays and can make the most of brand new routes,” easyJet said in a statement. easyJet Holidays customers have ‘exclusive early access’ to the flight programme, allowing them to book packages today. Additionally, the packages include “flights, hotel, 23kg luggage and transfers during beach vacations, all covered by its ultimate flexibility, offering the freedom to change a booking, a money back guarantee and the best price guarantee.
EasyJet already serves 13 key domestic and international routes from Birmingham “to popular beach and city destinations”, including Amsterdam, Geneva, Milan, Naples, Lisbon, Faro and Palma de Mallorca – and France therefore.
Ali Gayward, UK country director at easyJet, said: We are delighted to announce the expansion of our network for our new base in Birmingham, which will create approximately 100 direct jobs for pilots and crew and over 1200 additional indirect jobs. Invest in a ninth base further strengthens easyJet’s network by positioning it as the carrier of choice to serve UK consumers and capture continued travel demand, further increasing its share of the UK leisure market for the airline and easyJet holidays “.