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Published on March 21st, 2023 | by Alan Dwyer

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New easyJet Routes from Belfast

easyjet has announced two new routes from George Best Belfast City Airport to Manchester and London Luton. Flights to both destinations will operate up to four times a week, bringing the total number of routes served by the airline from Belfast City Airport to six. The new destinations will be served on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday with flights starting on Monday, the 26th of June.

Commenting on easyJet’s expansion since landing at the airport in 2021, Commercial Director at Belfast City Airport, Katy Best said, “The announcement of two new services from Belfast City Airport is fantastic news for passengers, coming only six months after easyJet launched its popular service to Glasgow. In the space of 18 months, easyJet has significantly increased its capacity from Belfast City Airport, which is not only a testament to the strength of our partnership but also showcases our commitment to providing passengers with choice, convenience, and flexibility. Belfast City Airport now serves 28 destinations across the UK and beyond through its extensive route network, which provides passengers with more domestic connectivity than any other Northern Irish airport. easyJet’s flights to London Gatwick, Liverpool, Bristol, and Glasgow have already proved a massive success and we look forward to welcoming more easyJet travellers through the terminal doors.”

Also commenting was the easyjet’s UK Country Manager, Ali Gayward who added, “We know how important it is to support UK connectivity so people can visit friends and loved ones, do business, and explore more of what the UK has to offer, so we are delighted to be providing customers with even more direct and convenient domestic connections that we know will prove popular for business and leisure travellers alike, all with great value fares and friendly service. easyJet offers more seats on UK domestic routes than any other carrier and we’re further strengthening our network from Northern Ireland today, by offering even more seats on key domestic routes and launching two new routes to serve customers travelling between Belfast City and the major hubs of London and Manchester.”

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