easyJet today announced significant growth from its base at London Luton Airport. The airline will be adding three more aircraft to the existing 13, representing a growth of 25% by the end of the winter.
In addition to Dortmund, Krakow and Warsaw announced last week, easyJet will be launching at least three more new routes to its ever growing network. Details of the new destinations will be released within the next few weeks, and will reflect the airline’s ongoing strategy to link the most attractive and popular destination airports.
easyJet currently offers a choice of 22 routes from London Luton to a variety of attractive destinations throughout Europe. Over five million passengers have flown from the Luton base in the last 12 months, and the airline intends to increase this figure to over six million within the next year.
Ray Webster easyJet Chief Executive commented
“Luton was easyJet’s first base and has always proved to be a successful and profitable market. Today’s announcement reflects our commitment to London, and the Herts, Beds and Bucks regions. We intend to continue with our planned growth and envisage further successful development from Luton”.