easyJet debuts a dozen new routes

Waving the large destination banners at Berlin Schönefeld to mark the start of three new destinations were: Jana Friedrich, Aviation Marketing, FBB; Vincent Pinto, Co-Pilot, easyJet; and Rebekka Hinze, Marketing, easyJet. These additional routes mean easyJet serves 48 different summer destinations from Berlin.

  • easyJet has used the last week to commence 12 new routes to destinations in Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Italy, Montenegro and Spain. The average sector length of the new city pairs is 924 kilometres, with the shortest airport pair being the 463-kilometre service from Geneva (GVA) to Calvi (CLY), while the longest is the 1,757-kilometre operation from Hamburg (HAM) to Valencia (VLC). The average weekly frequency of the 12 new routes is 2.2. Just four of the 12 new routes will see any direct competition for the airline, all from a single incumbent. Talking about the LCC’s three new routes from Berlin Schönefleld was Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, FBB CEO: “easyJet is continuing its expansion in Berlin. This clearly acknowledges the importance of our location. In the last 14 months, the carrier has stationed three new aircraft at Schönefeld, as well as adding eleven new destinations to its Berlin flight plan. With a total of 48 destinations, there is hardly a region in Europe that cannot be reached by flying easyJet from Berlin.”
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
27-Jun Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Pula (PUY) A319 (3)  
London Luton (LTN) Biarritz (BIQ) A32S (2)  
Milan Malpensa (MXP) Zadar (ZAD) A32S (3)  
Venice Marco Polo (VCE) Palma de Mallorca (PMI) A319 (3) Volotea (3)
28-Jun Basel (BSL) Biarritz (BIQ) A32S (2)  
Dubrovnik (DBV) A319 (2)  
Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Varna (VAR)  
Geneva (GVA) Calvi (CLY) A32S (2) SWISS (1)
Hamburg (HAM) Valencia (VLC) A319 (2) Ryanair (3)
Venice Marco Polo (VCE) Alghero (AHO) A32S (2) Volotea (2)
29-Jun Toulouse (TLS) Valencia (VLC) A319 (2)  
01-Jul Geneva (GVA) Tivat (TIV) A32S (1)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 4 July. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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