16 OCTOBER 2017


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Article from BTNews 16 OCTOBER 2017

Regional boost for easyJet

Expanded regional operations at Liverpool and Belfast have been announced by easyJet with the introduction of an Airbus A320 at each of the bases, in Liverpool’s case the eighth easyJet aircraft to be installed there.

Liverpool’s A320 is set to start operating from 27 July 2018, with the airline also upgrading two A319 aircraft to the A320 model, which it notes will significantly increase easyJet seat capacity at the airport.

More than 3,000 easyJet flights are set to take place to and from Liverpool between 25 June and 2 September next year, providing more than 1m seats for business and leisure passengers. 

For Belfast, the A320 will be the sixth easyJet aircraft for the Northern Ireland base. It is scheduled for delivery on 22 June 2018 and will remain based in Belfast throughout the year, joining two other A320s and three A319s.

EasyJet is Northern Ireland’s largest airline, operating more than 32 flights a day between Belfast and London. It has already added more than 6,000 seats to the route this winter and says it has “a long-term commitment to Northern Ireland”. 


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