easyJet, Europe’s leading network, has today announced its’ summer schedule for 2014 with over 100,000 flights set to take place between 30 March and 15 June next year.
Over sixteen million seats are available to purchase now at www.easyJet.com, enabling passengers booking early to secure the best fares early for summer 2014. easyJet operates from more 130 airports and offers flights to 600 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Russia.
Newly introduced summer destinations for easyJet include:
London Gatwick – Bucharest from £39.99*
• Manchester to Venice from £25.99*
• Liverpool – Larnaca from £35.99*
• London Stansted to Sofia from £31.99*
XX, easyJet Country Director commented: “We’re pleased that our summer flights are now on sale with more than 100,000 flights to hundreds of destinations between 30 March and 15 June 2014 to choose from.
“When developing our flying schedule we consider many factors including emerging holiday trends and customer feedback to ensure we’re offering the right choice of flights at a great price. easyJet also flies to more primary airports than any other airline, taking people straight to the heart of a destination to save time and money on transfers.
“We believe key summer sun destinations for 2014 will include the sun-soaked Greek Islands and cultural hubs like Moscow and Bucharest as well as traditional firm favorites such as Alicante and Malaga. Around 20% of easyjet customers are business travellers so our frequent links and low prices to cities including Berlin, Amsterdam and Belfast will be welcomed by the companies doing business in Europe.”
Travellers in need of inspiration for their next holiday can use easyJet’s ‘inspire me’ app on their Ipad, mobile device or via www.easyJet.com. By entering their preferred holiday type, budget and departure airport it will generate a list of perfectly matched destinations, without the hassle of multiple searches.
*Flights based on two people booking at the same time
For more info visit www.easyjet.com
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