EasyJet adds 11 new routes for summer 2023

Budget carrier easyJet has unveiled 11 new routes for summer 2023, with packages also available from sister brand easyJet holidays.

More than 200,000 extra seats have gone on sale on Tuesday (January 17) from nine airports across the UK to popular holiday destinations.

The new services are from Gatwick to Calvi in Corsica; Luton to Izmir; Bristol to Chania; Manchester to Paris Orly; Edinburgh to Antalya and Santorini; Glasgow to Lisbon; Southend to Amsterdam; and Belfast to Antalya.

Gatwick flights will return to Ancona in Italy, with a twice-weekly service operating on Mondays and Fridays.

Package holidays are available for the new routes, including beach destinations from £299 per person and city breaks from £209 per person, through easyJet holidays.

The operator has also added new hotels to its portfolio for summer 2023, including the five-star Delphin Imperial in Lara, Antalaya, and Ramada Hotel and Suites by Wyndham Kusadasi in Izmir.

In Alanya, Antalya, there are two new five-star hotels: Botanik Platinum and Long Beach Resort and Spa.

Kelly Walker, head of distribution at easyJet holidays said: “Our brilliant partnership with the trade has contributed to us becoming the UK’s fastest growing tour operator, so we’re delighted to offer travel agents even greater choice for their customers with the launch of our new routes for summer 2023, along with a whole host of hotels new to our portfolio.

“We’re really proud of the huge range of city breaks and beach holidays we offer. We know our travel agent partners will love our new launches and we’re looking forward to continuing to work closely with our agent partners to provide brilliant holidays at unbeatable prices this summer and beyond.”

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK country manager, added: “We remain committed to strengthening our unrivalled short-haul network and providing affordable and convenient connections for our customers across the UK, all with great value fares and the warm welcome that our crew are famous for.”

Pictured: Izmir, Turkey, by Nick Brundle Photography/Shutterstock.com

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