Geert Van Dessel, Brussels Airport’s Manager Aviation Marketing, offered Belgian chocolates to the easyJet crew arriving to the capital of Europe on the first flight from the orange airline’s new Toulouse base.
easyJet’s Toulouse flights were also welcomed to Lille in northern France. The domestic route is operated three times weekly and was celebrated by the airport with easyJet macarons.
- To celebrate the opening of its latest base in Toulouse (TLS) in the south-west of France, easyJet has introduced three new routes to Brussels (BRU), Lille (LIL) and Nice (NCE). Brussels will be served with four weekly flights, competing with 18 weekly flights operated by Brussels Airlines. On the less than 500-kilometre Nice route, easyJet will offer daily flights and compete with Air France’s 18 weekly flights. Vueling recently pulled off the route. On the Lille route, easyJet is offering three weekly flights against Air France (18 weekly flights) and Vueling (six weekly flights). However, the Vueling service is currently only on sale until 21 June. Three more new easyJet routes from Toulouse (to Basel, Porto and Venice) will be covered in next week’s anna.aero. In total, easyJet will then be offering 17 destinations from Toulouse this summer including six domestic routes (seven if you consider Basel in France!).