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easyJet to launch 20 new routes next summer

easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZDJ (msn 3544) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 931467.

easyJet (UK) has announced it will launch 20 new routes from seven of its UK bases for summer 2018.

easyJet will be launching new routes from Belfast, Bristol, London Gatwick, Liverpool, London Luton, Manchester and Southend, to destinations such as Naples, Seville and Bordeaux.

Within these new routes are four entirely new destinations for easyJet: Ancona, Genoa, Nea Anchialos and Reus. Passengers can now enjoy more of Europe’s beautiful Greek, Spanish and Italian destinations for their 2018 summer holidays.

Many of the new routes will be as frequent as 7 days a week, and will be operated on easyJet’s A319 and A320 aircraft.

The 20 new routes from the UK are:

Belfast to Isle of Man from £22.56*

Belfast to Naples from £18.70*

Belfast to Valencia from £26.7*0

Bristol to Genoa from £26.70*

Bristol to Seville from £28.72*

London Gatwick to Alcona from £32.76*

London Gatwick to Nea Anchialos from £50.94*

Liverpool to Dalaman from £26.70*

Liverpool to Palermo from £26.70*

Liverpool to Pula from £24.68*

London Luton to Dalaman from £34.78*

London Luton to Genoa from £32.76*

London Luton to Palermo from £32.76*

London Luton to Reus from £32.76*

London Luton to Thessaloniki from £32.76*

Manchester to Genoa from £26.70*

London Southend to Bordeaux from £26.70*

London Southend to Dubrovnik from £28.72*

London Southend to Prague from £28.72*

London Southend to Pula from £26.70*

*Fares per person, one way, based on two people travelling on the same booking.

Copyright Photo: easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZDJ (msn 3544) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 931467.

 

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easyJet teams up with Loganair for booking flights

easyJet's new Amsterdam logo jet, rolled out March 25, 2015

easyJet made this announcement on December 7, 2017:

easyJet has announced that Loganair flights are now on sale at easyJet.com as part of its ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ product, which launched in September.

‘Worldwide by easyJet’ is the first global airline connections service by a European low fares airline, which also offers stand-alone flights from partner airlines with complementary networks.

Booking Loganair flights via the easyJet website will enable easyJet passengers to easily book onward flights – e.g. from Glasgow and Edinburgh with Loganair to Scotland’s Highlands and Islands, including the Glasgow – Barra link, the world’s only scheduled service to a beach airport.  ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ provides partner airlines with access to one of the biggest travel websites in Europe.

The launch in September was a first step and easyJet will now continue to sign up and integrate other airlines with the ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ product.

Copyright Photo: easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZDN (msn 3608) (Amsterdam) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 934179.

Air Malta to start services to Casablanca, Venice and St. Petersburg next summer

Malta - airmalta.com (Air Malta 2nd) Airbus A319-111 9H-AEL (msn 2332) LHR (SPA). Image: 926424.

Air Malta has announced new nonstop services to three destinations; Casablanca (twice-weekly), Venice (twice-weekly, March 26, 2018) and St Petersburg (twice-weekly, March 29, 2018) for the summer of 2018 starting in March 2018.

Copyright Photo: Malta – airmalta.com (Air Malta 2nd) Airbus A319-111 9H-AEL (msn 2332) LHR (SPA). Image: 926424.

easyJet has been granted slots at Frankfurt

easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZFK (msn 4048) LGW (SPA). Image: 939923.

easyJet (UK) has been granted slots at Frankfurt (FRA) according to Fraport and Reuters. This is a result of the takeover of Airberlin’s Berlin (Tegel) (TGL) operations. The slots are likely to be use for services between FRA and TGL.

Copyright Photo: easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZFK (msn 4048) LGW (SPA). Image: 939923.

Air Malta to add five new routes for the summer 2018 season

Malta - airmalta.com (Air Malta 2nd) Airbus A319-111 9H-AEL (msn 2332) LHR (SPA). Image: 926424.

Air Malta will start operating a twice weekly scheduled service to the city of Malaga every Monday and Friday from March 26, 2018. This is the first time that the Maltese airline is introducing scheduled services to the city and through this route, Air Malta will be resuming its services to Spain.

The flight schedule will operate as follows:

Monday

KM590

Dep.

Malta

19:35

Arr.

Malaga

22:30

KM591

Dep.

Malaga

23:30

Arr.

Malta

02:15

 

 

Friday

KM590

Dep.

Malta

05:25

Arr.

Malaga

08:20

KM591

Dep.

Malaga

09:10

Arr.

Malta

11:55

 

 

Air Malta will also be operating twice-weekly summer service to Lisbon (effective March 25, 2018), and weekly service to St. Petersburg (March 30, 2018) and Stockholm (Arlanda) (May 1, 2018) and three weekly flights to Venice (March 26, 2018).

Copyright Photo: Malta – airmalta.com (Air Malta 2nd) Airbus A319-111 9H-AEL (msn 2332) LHR (SPA). Image: 926424.

Sky Airline unveils a new livery and becomes a LCC carrier

Sky Airline (Santiago) on March 15, 2017 unveiled its new livery and revised brand. The green color of its early years has been kept, while the blue has been replaced by a new violet color.

The new concept includes a green “arrow” (above) in the “K” that is incorporated on the horizontal stabilizer. The modified K letter is always facing forward with the green arrow portion. All Ks in the logo are modified except the one on the left side of the fuselage (below).

The first Airbus A320 (CC-ABV) in the new livery will be unveiled in April after it is painted by Coopesa. The airline will also issue new uniforms for its employees.

The Chilean carrier starting today is also reinventing itself as a low-cost carrier.

All images courtesy of SKY Airline via ModoCharlie.

Alvaro Romero reporting from Santiago, Chile.

The current livery:

Sky Airline (Chile) Airbus A319-111 CC-AIB (msn 2378)  GRU (Rodrigo Cozzato). Image: 931932.

Copyright Photo Above: Sky Airline (Chile) Airbus A319-111 CC-AIB (msn 2378) GRU (Rodrigo Cozzato). Image: 931932.

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easyJet orders an additional 36 Airbus A320 family aircraft, total now 451

EasyJet (UK) A320-200 D-AVVO (G-EZOM)(15)(Tko)(Airbus)(LRW)

easyJet (UK) has signed a firm order for a further 36 Airbus A320 Family aircraft taking its cumulative order for the type to 451. The agreement for six A320ceo and 30 A320neo makes easyJet one of the world’s biggest airline customers for the A320ceo Family with 321 ordered and also for the A320neo with 130 on order.

In the year that easyJet celebrates its 20th anniversary, earlier in April 2015, the airline took delivery of its 250th A320 aircraft. As with other recent deliveries to easyJet, the A320 is equipped with the latest technology and fuel-saving Sharklets.

easyJet (UK) 2015 logo

The airline flies on more than 750 routes to over 130 airports across 31 countries.
easyJet operates Europe’s largest and the world’s fourth largest Airbus single aisle fleet. Since easyJet took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft (an A319) in September 2003, Airbus has delivered an aircraft on average every 16 days to easyJet since the first delivery.

Top Photo: Airbus. Airbus A320-214 D-AVVO (msn 6587) became G-EZOM on the handover on May 6, 2015.

Below Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-111 G-EZDL (msn 3569) arrives at EuroAirport.

easyJet (UK) Airbus A319-111 G-EZDL (msn 3569) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 929086.

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