easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

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Easjyjet winter 2014/15

Post by MrG4 » 09 Jul 2014, 11:21

I didn't find a thread, sorry.
EASYJET OPENS:

LONDON LUTON-NAPOLI
LONDON LUTON-BASEL
LONDON LUTON-MUNICH
MANCHESTER-FUNCHAL
BELFAST INTL.-KEFLAVIK
HAMBURG-KRAKOW
HAMBURG-GENEVE
HAMBURG-FUERTEVENTURA
HAMBURG-SALISBURGO
HAMBURG-TEL AVIV
MILAN MALPENSA-MUNICH
ROME FIUMICINO-MARSEILLE
GLASGOW-MARRAKECH
EDIMBURGH-FARO
EDIMBURGH-FUNCHAL
GENEVE-VIENNA
GENEVE-ABERDEEN

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easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by sn26567 » 09 Jul 2014, 11:45

easyJet on Tuesday 08JUL14 announced a series of new routes it plans to launch for Winter 2014/2015 season, which brings total number of routes it operates in Winter season to over 700. Planned new service as follow.

eff 26OCT14 Rome – Marseille 1 daily
eff 27OCT14 Geneva – Reykjavik 2 weekly
eff 27OCT14 London Gatwick – Reykjavik 3 weekly
eff 29OCT14 Glasgow – Marrakech 2 weekly
eff 29OCT14 London Luton – Naples 4 weekly
eff 31OCT14 Geneva – Vienna 3 weekly
eff 03NOV14 Hamburg – Salzburg 4 weekly
eff 03NOV14 London Luton – Munich 4 weekly
eff 04NOV14 Hamburg – Geneva 3 weekly
eff 04NOV14 Hamburg – Krakow 3 weekly
eff 05NOV14 Hamburg – Fuerteventura 2 weekly
eff 06NOV14 Hamburg – Tel Aviv 2 weekly
eff 07NOV14 London Luton – Basel 6 weekly
eff 12NOV14 Basel – Lanzarote 2 weekly
eff 08DEC14 Milan Malpensa – Munich 10 weekly
eff 12DEC14 Belfast International – Reykjavik 2 weekly
eff 13DEC14 Aberdeen – Geneva 1 weekly
eff 03FEB15 Edinburgh – Funchal 2 weekly
eff 14FEB15 Manchester – Funchal 2 weekly

Source: Airline Route
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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by airazurxtror » 09 Jul 2014, 17:43

Nothing for Brussels ...
Has easyJet given up at Brussels, leaving Vueling and Ryanair a clear field ?
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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by MrG4 » 15 Jul 2014, 00:23

EasyJet: Flight from Reykjavik will start

-Geneve 2xw from 27/10
-London Gatwick 3xw from 27/10
-Belfast 2xw from 12/12
(already reported)

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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by kleineboy » 15 Jul 2014, 02:00

Today pressmeeting at Porto Airport

Thursday Amsterdam

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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by MrG4 » 15 Jul 2014, 12:58

New Easyjet base in Porto, 2 aircrafts based
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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by andorra-airport » 15 Jul 2014, 13:42

kleineboy wrote: Thursday Amsterdam
Opening base with at least 3 aircraft.
http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2 ... hol_ta.php



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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by danieln » 17 Jul 2014, 15:36

Interesting sentence about the new destination Hamburg: "Flights will go on sale from 17 July 2014 starting at €42.32, based on 2 people flying one way."

Is it cheaper per person if you fly with 2 people instead of 1...? (or do they just take the admin fees into account here)

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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by airazurxtror » 24 Jul 2014, 10:22

Low-cost airline easyJet said it was on track to grow annual profit by at least 14%, assuming no further significant disruption over the next two months.

The company forecast that pretax profits for the twelve months to the end of September would be in the range of £545m ($928m) to £570m and the range included the impact from situations in Israel, Egypt and Moscow.
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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by Inquirer » 24 Jul 2014, 11:26

After all the discussion we had on this forum about which business model is the best way forward for short haul airlines, it is -I hope- becoming increasingly clear that the biggest (profit) growth of intra-European aviation is NOT going to come from the Ryanair model, nor the traditional model, but the model which is in between; a model crafted by Easyjet, successfully improved by vueling and very recently also germanwings and to which all others are now quickly diverging as results from airlines which already have it, are outpacing that of their competitors which don't.

As to their new way to advertise fares for 2 iso 1 person: it is indeed a method to cut fixed administration/booking fees in half and it is widely used in the leisure industry.
I reckon it won't take long for other airlines to copy the idea and even expand on it (e.g.: "a family of four going to ABC can fly for only XY euro p.p.").
I am a bit surprised to see Easyjet pioneer this marketing method however, as it is something I would have expected from an airline with a higher ratio of families amongst their customers.

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Re: easyJet Adds 19 New Routes for Winter 2014 Season

Post by airazurxtror » 07 Aug 2014, 17:44

Yesterday, EasyJet announced its monthly passenger statistics for July 2014.
Total number of passengers rose by 7.7% y-o-y to 6.4 million and load factor was up 1.3 percentage points to 92.9%.
For the rolling 12 months ended July 2014, passenger numbers grew 5.9% to 63.82 million and the load factor improved by 1.1 basis points to 90.2%.

- See more at: http://mediacentre.easyjet.com/stories/ ... SsQsW.dpuf

EasyJet has delivered a strong performance in July, with improvement in both passenger numbers and load factor. Ongoing investment towards building key network positions and launching attractive schemes for customers has helped in advancing sales. A robust pipeline of EasyJet’s lean initiatives, fleet up-gauging and airport deals are likely to improve cost position amid a competitive market. With ~77% of the seats for H2 2014 already booked, the company is set to surpass its revenue target for the full year. In wake of these factors, along with a strong balance sheet and low cost base, EasyJet is well placed to post sustainable growth and returns.

http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/col ... 16735.html
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