easyJet launches route to Isle of Man, and from Bristol to Copenhagen
easyJet has launched two routes from its UK bases using 156-seat A319s in the last two weeks. On 28 September, the low-cost airline relaunched the route between Bristol (BRS) in southwest England and Denmark’s capital Copenhagen (CPH), where the airline serves the low-cost pier CPH Go. The route, which easyJet previously served until December 2004, is now operated four times weekly. On 1 October, easyJet began operating from its largest base at London Gatwick (LGW) to Isle of Man (IOM), the island in the Irish Sea that easyJet already serves from Liverpool. easyJet operates the route six times weekly, competing with Flybe’s 26 flights a week.