easyJet adds 10 low-fare flight routes to summer 2014 schedule

easyJet has announced ten new routes that will launch as part of its summer 2014 schedule.

The new routes will operate from its London Gatwick, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle and Belfast bases to destinations across the UK and Europe. With the new routes, an additional 424,000 seats will be on sale for travel from March 30 2014.

With more than 21.6 million seats on sale in the UK, the winter schedule represents an increase of almost one million available seats compared to last year’s summer schedule.

The airline has added four new routes to London Gatwick’s schedule, with services to Jersey, Paris, and Newcastle, and fares starting from £33.49 to Jersey and £35.49 to Paris and Newcastle. London to Newcastle connections will be provided through new six per week services.

Adding to its range of leisure destinations for British holidaymakers, the airline will also introduce flights from Gatwick to Brittany, a popular tourist spot in France, again at fares starting from £35.49.

Additional services are also offered from Belfast International Airport with flights to Bordeaux and Jersey, at fares starting from £33.49 and £25.49 respectively.

The budget airline will also launch four new routes in Scotland, which will provide sun seekers with additional choice for travel to both Heraklion and Bodrum, at £37.49, from Edinburgh Airport or the option to fly to Split (starting from £35.49) and Kos (starting from £37.49) from Glasgow International Airport.

Cath Lynn, easyJet group commercial director, said: ‘Adding even further choice for passengers throughout the UK at affordable prices is always our aim at easyJet.

‘The new additions to the 2014 schedule will provide 36.6 million seats network wide on a greater choice of destinations spanning the UK, Europe and beyond. There is something for everyone on offer for summer 2014. The earlier passengers book the bigger the savings.

‘From Gatwick we have increased our already comprehensive range of destinations making even more business sense for corporate travellers to choose easyJet.’

Operating a Europe-based air transport network, easyJet flies over 200 aircraft on more than 600 routes between over 130 airports in 30 countries.