5 OCTOBER 2015


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Article from BTNews 5 OCTOBER 2015

EasyJet on the move

A new service between Southend and Paris and more capacity for the Inverness – London route have been announced by easyJet.

The airline is to increase flights on the Inverness – Gatwick service between March and June next year from the current two a day, adding a third on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays from 27 March.

The airline says it will also increase flights on the Inverness – Luton service from a daily service to two flights a day on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The moves will bring an extra 24,000 seats for the period.

The new flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle will operate four times a week throughout the year, starting on 26 February. The airline says it is expecting to attract 50,000 passengers between the destinations a year. The move brings to 17 the number of easyJet destinations on sale from Southend. 

Neil Slaven, Commercial Manager at easyJet, said: "Expanding our operations between London Southend and Charles de Gaulle shows our commitment to make travel easy and affordable for business travellers from the airport.”  www.easyjet.com    www.southendairport.com

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