easyJet expands at Liverpool (8th aircraft) and Belfast (6th aircraft)


easyJet announces expansion at Liverpool with the introduction of its eighth aircraft

easyJet has confirmed a move to expand at its Liverpool base, with the introduction of an additional Airbus A320 aircraft – the eighth aircraft to be based in Liverpool.

The aircraft is set to start operating from 27 July 2018. The airline will also upgrade two A319 aircraft to the A320 model, which will significantly increase easyJet seat capacity at Liverpool.

The announcement comes just 24 hours after easyJet put its flights for summer 2018 on sale yesterday morning meaning that thousands of flights to and from Liverpool are now on sale up until 2nd September 2018.

Over 3,000 easyJet flights are set to take place to and from Liverpool between 25th June 2018 and 2nd September 2018 providing more than 1 million seats for passengers to enjoy their summer holidays.

easyJet operates 28 routes from Liverpool airport, offering up to 340 flights per week.

easyJet announces plans for expansion at Belfast

easyJet has confirmed a milestone for expansion at its Belfast base, with the introduction of an A320 aircraft- the sixth aircraft to be positioned at the airline’s Northern Ireland base. The aircraft is scheduled for delivery on 22nd June 2018 and will remain based in Belfast throughout the year.

From summer 2018 easyJet will now base three A319 and three A320 aircraft at its Belfast International Airport base.

As Northern Ireland’s largest airline, easyJet operates more than 32 flights per day between Belfast and London and has already added over 6,000 seats to the route this winter. This ongoing growth demonstrates the airline’s long-term commitment to Northern Ireland, connecting Belfast with London and other popular destinations.  With fares as low as £22.49* from Belfast to London, that’s 23% cheaper than when the airline launched its first route for £29.99, 22 years ago.

easyJet serves 28 routes from Belfast airport, offering up to 636 flights per week. The airline connects Northern Ireland with the largest number of London airports than any other airline.

29 Sep 2017


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