easyJet introduces seven new services

One of three new sectors which were commenced from London Luton this week by easyJet was the 1,197-kilometre route to Reus. Flown on Tuesdays and Saturdays, the twice-weekly airport pair is operated by the LCC’s A319 fleet. The new route was welcomed in Spain by this cloud-inspired cake.

  • easyJet has started seven new sectors in the last seven days, adding to the four the LCC commenced in the first week of S18. The longest sector is the 2,969-kilometre (up from 2,836 kilometres from last week’s route launches) route from Lyon (LYS) to Tel Aviv (TLV), whereas the shortest city pair is the UK domestic route from Edinburgh (EDI) to Jersey (JER), at 753 kilometres (up from 576 kilometres). The average sector length of all seven services is 1,488 kilometres (down on last week’s average of 2,003 kilometres), while the average frequency is just 2.1 (again down from 2.5 in the previous seven days) flights per week. Only one of the seven airport pairs will see any direct competition.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
27-Mar London Luton (LTN) Genoa (GOA) A319 (2)  
Palermo (PMO) A32S (2)  
Reus (REU) A319 (2)  
29-Mar Lyon (LYS) Tel Aviv (TLV) A320 (3) Israir (2), Transavia (2)
Manchester (MAN) Genoa (GOA)  
31-Mar Edinburgh (EDI) Jersey (JER) A320 (2)  
Nice (NCE) Seville (SVQ) A320 (1)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 3 April. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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