Easyjet will strengthen Paris-CDG and Lyon this winter

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The orange company will launch from October 31 five new routes departing from two French airports.

Easyjet is already preparing for winter by announcing the opening of five new lines from Paris CDG and Lyon. They are added to the seven routes already announced for the winter season: Agadir, Birmingham, London Southend (exclusively), Pisa (exclusively) departing from Paris CDG, Birmingham (exclusively) departing from Lyon, Lanzarote departing from Nantes, Manchester from Grenoble.

Strong targeting of “ski” destinations

From October 31, the orange company will launch a line to Hurghada from Lyon (2 frequencies per week), and another to Liverpool from December 13 (two frequencies per week). On departure from Paris CDG, Easyjet will open lines to Aqaba (Jordan) from November 1 (two frequencies per week), to Hurghada from November 2 (three frequencies per week) and to Rovaniemi from December 9 (two frequencies per week). Easyjet is particularly targeting ski destinations for British passengers with twelve airports in Europe linked to winter sports served, including six in France: Lyon and Grenoble for the Alps, Nice and Marseille for the southern Alps, Toulouse for the Pyrenees and Andorra. , Basel-Mulhouse for the Vosges.

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