Low cost carrier easyJet is increasing its services between London Gatwick and Copenhagen with an early morning departure from Copenhagen and an evening departure from London Gatwick.
The move will see easyJet’s flights increase from three to four each day from 24 May 2013.
Paul Simmons, easyJet’s UK Director said: “We are actively improving our product choice, flexibility, availability and quality to help our business passengers by offering early morning and evening flights seven days a week which are supplemented by two afternoon departures.
“Our flights to Copenhagen are available from as little as £29.99** (one way including taxes) and we deliver outstanding value with our regular fares proven to be cheaper in eight out of ten occasions and flexi fares nine out of ten, so it really does make business sense to fly easyJet.”
easyJet has also increased the frequency of its flights from London Gatwick to the Croatian cities of Split and Dubrovnik as well as Nice in France and currently also serves Copenhagen from Bristol, Edinburgh and London Stansted.
easyJet celebrated flying 10m business passengers across its network in 2012 and has seen a significant increase in the number of passengers flying with the airline on business.
The airline made its ‘flexi fares’ available to all via easyJet.com in 2011 giving passengers greater choice and flexibility with benefits such as unlimited free date changes from one week before, to three weeks after the original travel date and Speedy Boarding included in the fare price.
Over 200,000 passengers fly easyJet between its largest base at London Gatwick and Copenhagen and this figure will rise to over 300,000 as a result of these service additions.