easyJet grows network with 12 new routes

easyjet cake

On 29 March, Lyon Airport celebrated with a cake the launch of easyJet’s thrice-weekly flights to Krakow in Poland.

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Celebrations continued at the other end of the route in Krakow, with a special event in the terminal. This airport pair is the first one between the regions of Małopolska and Rhone-Alpes, attractive for business passengers as well as tourists fascinated by history and culture of both cities.

After the establishment of easyJet’s base in Porto last week, the airport celebrated with a cake in the terminal the airline’s new route to Nantes on 30 March, served four times weekly. Cutting the cake are Márcia Canêdo and Paula Barbosa, both from the airport’s marketing team.

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easyjet Stuttgart

Celebrating the launch of easyJet’s 12 weekly flights to London Gatwick on 29 March are Stuttgart Airport’s: Wolfgang Müller, Director Aviation; Jörg Im Wolde, Senior Director Sales and Marketing Aviation; Russ Smith, Ground Operations Manager Germany and Austria; along with easyJet’s flight crew on the inaugural flight.

  • easyJet has further expanded its robust network with the addition of 12 airport pairs this week. Weekly frequencies range between two and 12, while competition will be faced on six of the 12 routes. The shortest of the new routes is between London Gatwick (LGW) and Stuttgart (STR) at just 728 kilometres, while the longest sector is the 3,288-kilometre route from Paris CDG (CDG) to Tel Aviv (TLV).
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
29 Mar Amsterdam (AMS) Toulouse (TLS) A320 (3) KLM (27)
30 Mar Hamburg (HAM) Alicante (ALC) A32S (2) Norwegian (3)
29 Mar Bologna (BLQ) A319 (3)
Paris Orly (ORY) A32S (7)
30 Mar Pisa (PSA) A319 (2)
29 Mar Lisbon (LIS) Ponta Delgada (PDL) A320 (3) SATA International (12), Ryanair (11), TAP Portugal (7)
London Gatwick (LGW) Stuttgart (STR) A319 (12)
Lyon (LYS) Krakow (KRK) A319 (3)
30 Mar Naples (NAP) Athens (ATH) A319 (3)
Paris CDG (CDG) Tel Aviv (TLV) A320 (3) El Al (25), Air France (20), Arkia (4), Air Méditerranée (2)
Porto (OPO) Nantes (NTE) A320 (4) transavia.com France (1)
29 Mar Toulouse (TLS) Seville (SVQ) A319 (3) Iberia (6)
Source: OAG for w/c 31 March 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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