easyJet is taking delivery of one brand new aircraft a month between June and November 1999. All of these six aircraft are Boeing 737-300, and as the aircraft arrive both frequency and destinations will increase within the easyJet network.
From July 1st 1999, there will be four flights a day between London Luton and Barcelona, four flights a day on weekdays and three a day at week-ends between London Luton and Belfast, and, from July 28th, three flights a day between London Luton and Geneva.
From July 15th 1999, easyJet are starting flights between Liverpool and Belfast and Liverpool and Malaga. There will be three flights a day to Belfast and daily flights to Malaga.
From July 28th, easyJet are starting two flights a day between Geneva and Nice, from July 29th daily flights between Geneva and Barcelona, and from July 30th daily flights between Geneva and Amsterdam.
As recently as December 1998, there were only two easyJet flights a day into Barcelona. By the end of July 1999, there will be six easyJet flights a day into Barcelona from three points across the UK and continental Europe.
Belfast, which was first served by easyJet in September 1998, will become the most served easyJet destination (along with Nice) by July 1999, with seven flights a day between England and Belfast. The easyJet route between London Luton and Belfast has been so successful that the service between Liverpool and Belfast is launching with three flights a day.
easyJet has its continental European base in Geneva, so as well as the increase in frequency between the UK and Geneva, up to four flights a day from July 28th, there will be eight flights a day from Geneva to destinations within the easyJet network from this date.
As more brand new easyJet aircraft arrive, there will be further developments within the easyJet network. As well as the six more brand new Boeing 737-300 that are being delivered during 1999, easyJet has fifteen next generation Boeing 737-700 being delivered from July 2000, with an option on a further fifteen.