easyJet’s latest route to Marseille in the south of France launched from London Luton on Monday 13 February, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
- easyJet has commenced two new services from its third largest operation London Luton (LTN) – behind bigger bases at London Gatwick and Geneva, according to OAG schedule data for week commencing 9 February. Started on 11 February, the LCC commenced three times weekly services on the 1,376 kilometre link to Valencia (VLC), The Spanish airport is already served by the airline from London Gatwick. Two days later it began four times weekly operations to Marseille (MRS) an airport that the carrier already serves from seven other airports. Both routes are operated by easyJet’s 156-seat A319 fleet and neither faces any direct competition. This summer the carrier will serve some 57 destinations non-stop from Luton, where the airline still has its corporate headquarters. See how Marseille Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.