easyJet enters four new markets

easyJet began a twice-weekly service from Edinburgh to Seville on 26 March. The UK-Spain sector was welcomed upon arrival at Seville with this water arch ceremony.

Another fire truck water arch was dispensed for a new easyJet route to Rennes on the same day. This time it was for the 576-kilometre domestic sector from Lyon, which will face competition from HOP!, with its 16 times weekly operation.

  • easyJet has commenced four new sectors since 20 March, three international and one in the domestic French market. The longest sector is the 2,836-kilometre route from London Luton (LTN) to Dalaman (DLM), whereas the shortest city pair is Lyon (LYS) to Rennes (RNS), at just 576 kilometres. The average sector length of all four services is 2,003 kilometres, while the average frequency is just 2.5 flights per week. Only one of the four airport pairs will see any direct competition.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
25-Mar London Luton (LTN) Dalaman (DLM) A320 (2)  
26-Mar Edinburgh (EDI) Seville (SVQ)  
Lyon (LYS) Fuerteventura (FUE)  
Rennes (RNS) A32S (4) HOP! (16)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 27 March. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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