If you are a fan of low-cost carrier easyJet you will be pleased to know that the airline is adding numerous new routes to its schedules.
Last month they announced a new service between London Southend and Tenerife, starting on December 13th. The service will run twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and 11,000 passengers are expected to escape the British winter and head for the sun in the Canaries.
At the beginning of the month passengers in the south-west of England were delighted to hear of two new routes operating from Bristol. As from December, flights to Marrakech and Reykjavik will be on offer and are expected to attract some 55,000 passengers.
Last week the carrier gave details of various new routes added to their schedule from summer 2014. Those living in the south-east have four new services from London Gatwick to Jersey, Paris, Brittany (Brest) and Newcastle. Gatwick is easyJet’s largest base.
From next summer flights will operate from Belfast International Airport to Bordeaux and Jersey. easyJet is the largest airline operating out of the Northern Irish airport.
Residents of Scotland have not been forgotten, with Edinburgh and Glasgow airports unveiling new routes for summer 2014. Flights from the Scottish capital to Heraklion on the Greek island of Crete and Bodrum in the Aegean region of Turkey will prove popular with sunseekers. Those living in the west of Scotland will be able to choose from two new routes from Glasgow airport to Split on the Mediterranean coast of Croatia and the Greek island of Kos.