easyJet enters eight new city pairs

This impressive aircraft-topped cake was baked to herald the start of easyJet’s new domestic service between Berlin Tegel and Cologne Bonn, a multiple-daily service which began on 4 June. The route faces stiff competition from incumbent Eurowings.

easyJet added another connection to its 30th busiest operation (in terms of weekly seats, w/c 6 June) at Alicante, with a three times weekly operation from Berlin Tegel. Surprisingly, the LCC does not already offer the Spanish city from its more established Berlin operation at Schönefleld.

  • easyJet has started eight new sectors in the last seven days, from three of its bases in Germany, Italy and the UK. The longest sector is the 2,314-kilometre route from Berlin Tegel (TXL) to Jerez (XRY), whereas the shortest city pair is the German domestic route from Tegel to Cologne Bonn (CGN), at just 463 kilometres. The average sector length of all seven services is 1,381 kilometres, while the average frequency is 4.1 flights per week. Three of the eight airport pairs will encounter direct competition. See how the FTWAs from Alicante, Cologne Bonn and Jerez compare to others from around the world. 
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
31-May Milan Malpensa (MXP) Vienna (VIE) A32S (7) Austrian Airlines (37)
01-Jun Berlin Tegel (TXL) Alicante (ALC) A320 (3)  
Cologne Bonn (CGN) A320 (14) Eurowings (84)
Milan Malpensa (MXP) Faro (FAO) A319 (2)  
02-Jun Berlin Tegel (TXL) Jerez (XRY) A320 (2)  
Bristol (BRS) Genoa (GOA) A319 (2)  
Seville (SVQ) A320 (2)  
03-Jun Berlin Tegel (TXL) Bari (BRI) A320 (1) Laudamotion (1)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 5 June. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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