easyJet reinstates Pisa route

7th Nov 2006

easyJet is to reinstate its Bristol to Pisa
route from 18 January 2007.The route, which was originally launched in July 2005,
was intended to be a summer only destination however due to popular demand easyJet
will recommence operations early this winter to become a year-round offering.

Initially operating three times weekly during the winter, the service will increase
to a daily flight from the end of March 2007.  The airline carried over 54,000
passengers last summer on the Pisa route and expects this to increase to over 70,000
passengers throughout 2007.


Katie Stitson, easyJet Marketing Manager for Bristol, said:

“It’s great news that our Bristol to Pisa route has proved so popular that we   will
now be operating it all year round.  easyJet has expanded significantly from
Bristol Airport in the last few years and now offers a significant choice of routes
across Europe. We continue to be committed to further expansion from the region and
look forward to offering even more in the near future”



Tony Hallwood, Bristol International’s Aviation Development Director said;


“We are pleased that easyJet have introduced winter flights to the popular Italian
gateway of Pisa. This year-round link to Tuscany is vital for both business and
leisure passengers, and should prove a great success. Moreover, the increasing
number of South West overseas property owners will welcome the introduction of
easyJet’s winter flights to Tuscany as it provides quick and easy access to
Florence, Siena and Pisa.”


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