The low cost easyJet announces 9 new lines from the cities of Nantes, Nice, Lyon And Lille, including 5 exclusives. The new destinations are all sunny with Alicantethe island of Kefalonia (Greece), Larnaca (Cyprus), Madrid Or Málaga.
After opening around twenty lines in France in 2023 and around fifteen for the 2023/2024 winter season, the company announced the new features of the 2024 summer season with international destinations departing from French regions. This first series of new products also gives pride of place to Mediterranean destinations, particularly in Spain. 5 lines will be operated exclusively by easyJet: Nantes-Larnaca, Nice-Alicante, Nice-Malaga, Nice-Kefalonia and Lille-Alicante.
Several easyJet bases are reinforced in terms of offer: Nantes-Atlantique with Alicante and Malaga (Spain) and Larnaca (Cyprus) exclusively a little-known and exotic destination; Nice Côte d’Azur with two new sunny Spanish destinations, Alicante and Malaga, and a development of its offer towards Greece with the island of Kefalonia, jewel of the Ionian Sea; Lyon Saint-Exupéry with Alicante and Madrid the Spanish capital. On the stopover side, Lille-LesquineasyJet offers a second Spanish destination, after the island of Majorca, to Alicante in the heart of the Costa Blanca.
In detail, from the base of Nantesthe low cost will operate 2 flights per week (Monday and Thursday) to Alicante from April 1, 2024; 3 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) to Málaga from June 3, 2024; 1 flight per week (Sunday) to Larnaca from June 30, 2024.
From its base of NiceeasyJet will operate 2 flights per week (Monday and Friday) to Alicante from May 5; up to 3 flights per week (Wednesday and Sunday) to Málaga from June 2, 2024; and 1 flight per week (Sunday) to Kefalonia from June 30, 2024.
From its base of LyoneasyJet will operate 2 flights per week (Tuesday and Saturday) to Alicante from 4 friend; and 2 flights per week (Friday and Sunday) to Madrid from March 31.
Finally, since LilleeasyJet will operate 2 flights per week (Wednesday and Saturday) to Alicante from May 1, 2024.
“The offer we are proposing for next summer remains faithful to our strategy: connecting French regions to each other or internationally at an affordable price. In this inflationary context our customers are more attentive than ever to convenience – connecting the main airports – and good value for money. These two elements constitute a major asset for our company”commented Bertrand Godinot, General Director of easyJet for France.