14 JULY 2014

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Article from BTNews 14 JULY 2014

easyJet new routes

Reykjavik has been highlighted as easyJet launches nine new ex-UK services.  Now the UK’s largest airline says that it has passed the 700 route milestone.

Over 30,000 annual passengers are expected to use what will be Ireland’s only direct scheduled flights to Iceland, from Belfast, joining the airline's current UK connections from Bristol, Luton, Edinburgh and Manchester airports.  Reykjavik also becomes destination number 107 from Gatwick – easyJet’s largest base.

For this winter there are also three brand new easyJet destinations from Luton to Naples (Italy), Basel (Switzerland’s third largest city), and Munich (capital of Germany’s Bavaria region). 

Sophie Dekkers, UK Director, easyJet, said:  “We’re really excited to be launching Ireland’s only direct connections from Belfast International Airport to Reykjavik from 12 December.  This will bring the number of easyJet flights to Iceland up to 26 a week and we’re confident that all of our new services will be very well received.”  www.easyjet.com

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