EasyJet increases its capacity to travel to winter sports in France

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EasyJetthe second largest short and medium-haul company in France, announces increase in capacity this winter driven by an improvement inoffer for winter sports.

This winter almost 9 million seats are put on sale by the British low cost to and from France from the end of October 2023 to the end of March 2024. It is thus improving its winter sports offer to the French regions with 400,000 additional seats compared to last year for a total 2.5 million seats.

EasyJet is the leading airline serving main airports in the Alps. In France, most of easyJet’s ski capacity is concentrated at airports in Lyon and Grenoble and on flows from the United Kingdom. The British remain the leading foreign skiers in France and easyJet the leading operator between France and the United Kingdom.

The British low cost also serves resorts throughout the country: Nice and Marseille to the Southern Alps, Toulouse to the Pyrenees and Andorra, Basel-Mulhouse to the Vosges. These airports all offer a shuttle service to ski resorts. To meet the needs of passengers, the company offers a sports equipment option available on its site and its mobile application.

The easyJet ski network
-1st network of main airports in the Alps: Lyon, Grenoble, Geneva, Milan and Turin.
-12 ski airports in Europe including 6 in France: Lyon and Grenoble for the Alps, Nice and Marseille for the Southern Alps, Toulouse for the Pyrenees and Andorra, and Basel-Mulhouse for the Vosges.

Ski connections in France
-Lille: Nice, Toulouse
-Nantes: Lyon, Toulouse
-Toulouse – Lyon
-Bordeaux – Lyon
-Brest – Lyon, Nice
-Rennes – Toulouse
-Rennes – Toulouse

Ski connections from the UK
-To Lyon: Belfast, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, London Luton, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Liverpool and Manchester
-To Grenoble: Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London Stansted, London-Southend and Manchester

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