easyJet adds to Amsterdam and Toulouse

Cutting the ribbon in Palma de Mallorca to herald the start of easyJet’s new route to Amsterdam

Cutting the ribbon in Palma de Mallorca to herald the start of easyJet’s new route to Amsterdam are: Laura López. Head of Airport Marketing and PR, Aena; Liz Hutchison. Assistant Flight Director, easyJet; and Jaime Fernández. Head of Operations, easyJet. The carrier will operate the city pair twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Sundays) until 14 June, when services will then increase to thrice-weekly, with a fourth weekly rotation being added from 30 June.

  • easyJet has further developed its European route network by adding four new services between 4 and 8 May, starting on the former date with the inauguration of flights between Toulouse (TLS) and Faro (FAO). The remaining three routes launched by easyJet this week all originate from Amsterdam (AMS), all facing direct competition from the same three incumbents according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. The average weekly frequency on the new services is 2.5. See how Palma de Mallorca Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
4 May Toulouse (TLS) Faro (FAO) A319 (3)
6 May Amsterdam (AMS) Malaga (AGP) A32S (3) Transavia (19), Vueling (7), Corendon Dutch Airlines (3)
7 May Catania (CTA) A32S (2) Transavia (7), Corendon Dutch Airlines (1), Vueling (1)
8 May Palma de Mallorca (PMI) A320 (2) Transavia (9), Corendon Dutch Airlines (3), Vueling (3)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 10 May 2016.

 


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