easyJet adds six European routes

easyJet is introducing a further six new routes next spring, increasing the total number of new easyJet routes from the UK over the next six months to 18, with more new route announcements expected in the coming weeks. David Osborne, easyJet UK General Manager, commented

‘easyJet will launch 18 new routes over the next few months from our bases across the UK and we will shortly announce further expansion, re-enforcing our position as the UK’s largest airline’.

In addition to the new route announcement, easyJet has today released its summer 2008 schedule from its base at London Luton Airport, with summer schedules from the airline largest base at Gatwick expected to be released within the next two weeks.

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Biarritz is located on the Bay of Biscay, on the southwest coast of France and is perfect for a short break, combining the elegance of a belle epoque seaside resort with the distinctive sights and tastes of the Basque region.


Split is the largest city on the Adriatic coast, ideal for a relaxing city break or as a base for exploring the picturesque Croatian province of Dalmatia.

Olbia is the perfect gateway for exploring the paradise of Sardinia, with its white sands, everlasting sunshine, fascinating archaeological sites and monuments.

Nice is the cosmopolitan and sophisticated capital of the Cote d’Azur with urban elegance and Mediterranean charm, it is famed for its shopping and cafe culture. The Promenade des Anglais is always buzzing as people stroll along the seafront admiring the views out to the Baie des Anges. At the heart of French Riviera, Nice is also a great base for exploring the nearby glamorous resorts of Monaco and Cannes.

Faro is the capital of the Algarve, as well as it being a gateway to the popular Portuguese holiday and golfing resorts, the city is a thriving commercial centre with a historic old town, still surrounded by its Roman walls.

Pisa: Located in Western Tuscany, Pisa is known throughout the world for its famous Leaning Tower, but there is so much more to Pisa than just this striking landmark. It is a perfect city break destination or starting point for exploring the regions of Tuscany and the beautiful renaissance city of Florence.