Pricey Prague and Paris but value in Valencia

Logo: easyJet and Bristol InternationalThis week’s exclusive anna.aero farewatch looks at easyJet’s fares from its base at Bristol. Fares for imminent travel were examined first.

Table: easyJet one-way fares from Bristol
Source: Airline websites on Sunday 18th November.
All fares include taxes and fees. Fares are averaged across all flights on a given day and include all taxes and charges but do not include charges for baggage.

Prague has the highest average one-way fare, though when adjusted for sector length Paris is the most expensive. Milan, Lisbon and Valencia are among the cheapest routes though in terms of cost per kilometre the new Madeira route is cheapest. At 2369 kilometres it is also easyJet’s longest route by some 700 kilometres.

Table: easyJet one-way fares from Bristol
Source: Airline websites on Sunday 18th November.
All fares include taxes and fees. Fares are averaged across all flights on a given day and include all taxes and charges but do not include charges for baggage.

The second week of January is a notoriously quiet time for air travel so not surprisingly there are some very cheap seats to many destinations if bookings are made now. Prague and Paris are again relatively expensive but the average one-way fare (including taxes) to anywhere on the Bristol network in January is just £21 (€30, $40). One-way fares for under £20 to Lisbon represent particularly good value, while Rome flights for just £20 are also a bargain.


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