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easyJet will operate around 3,600 flights to and from Liverpool next summer
easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has today announced its summer 2014 schedule from Liverpool Airport to 26 destinations across Europe.
Over 3,600 flights are now on sale at www.easyJet.com, enabling passengers to secure the best fares early with more than 580,000 seats available for travel between 30 March and 15 June.
Key routes for summer 2014 include popular sun destinations to Alicante, Nice and newly introduced Larnaca as well as city breaks to Barcelona and Krakow. The airline has also released fares for key business routes including Paris and Madrid.
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK commercial manager, comments: “Today easyJet has launched its summer schedule from Liverpool Airport offering flights to 26 destinations between March and June 2014.
“When developing our flying schedule we consider many factors including customer comments and holiday trends to ensure we’re offering the right combination of flights at a great price. easyJet also secures access to primary airports which take people straight to the heart of a destination to save time and money on transfers.
“Key summer sun destinations from Liverpool include Larnaca and Naples but we’ve also retained traditional favorites such as Alicante and Palma. Around 20% of easyjet customers are business travellers so they’ll be pleased to secure low cost fares on frequent flights to cities such as Belfast and Paris.”
Summer routes now on sale from Liverpool include
• Alicante from £27.99 one way*
• Barcelona from £29.99 one way*
• Larnaca from £35.99 one way*
In total easyJet now flies from 11 airports across the UK and has today put on sale 9 million seats across to 340 destinations across Europe, the Middle East and Russia.
Travellers looking to book their summer flights, accommodation and transfers in one go can find a wide range of flexible and affordable breaks from all easyJet airports on the easyJet Holidays website: www.easyJet.com/holidays or by calling tel: 0843 104 1000.
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