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easyJet launch three new services

easyJet, the UK and Liverpool’s leading airline easyJet, has today announced it will operate three new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) next Summer, with departures to Dalaman in Turkey, Palermo in Sicily and Pula in Croatia.

The new routes mean easyJet now flies to 31 destinations from Liverpool and is expected to fly around 20,000 passengers between Liverpool and these new destinations next summer. The new routes will operate twice a week from 28th July 2018.

easyJet has seen sustained expansion at LJLA in recent months having launched its first flight to Venice last month and announced an additional Airbus A320 aircraft to be based at Liverpool for next summer - their eighth aircraft to be based here.  

In October, easyJet celebrated 20 years of operations at Liverpool and have carried over 40 million passengers on routes to and from Liverpool to date.

Ali Gayward, easyJet UK Country Manager, said, “We’re delighted to be adding three new summer routes from Liverpool. This announcement today highlights our commitment to providing affordable routes to summer holiday destinations. We’re sure that they will prove extremely popular with passengers.” 

“easyJet is the UK’s leading airline and we have been committed to Liverpool Airport for over 20 years. We are proud to have carried more than 40 million passengers in that time.

“Whether our customers want the guaranteed sunshine of Dalaman and Pula or soak up the rich history and Mediterranean coastline of Sicily, we expect all our new routes to be especially popular with passengers and it also underlines our commitment to LJLA.”

Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, We are delighted to see three exciting new destinations added to the Liverpool network with our largest airline partner. They are markets that will prove popular with passengers from across the North West region looking to travel from the ‘Fastest, Easiest and Friendliest’ airport in the North West.

With exclusive markets served only from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, we are delighted to offer a broad range of services to our immediate catchment of 7 million people.”

For more information about the new flights or easyJet’s network from Liverpool visit www.easyJet.com 

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