Whilst there’s a lot of noise about summer 2024 routes, easyJet is looking to provide four new services for the winter snow crowd for Winter 2023/24.
The four new routes include:
- London Stansted to Geneva – twice a week from 16th December 2023
- London Stansted to Zurich – twice a week from 16th December 2023
- London Southend Airport to Grenoble – once a week from 14 January 2024 (winter season only)
- Birmingham to Salzburg – once a week from 13 January 2024 (winter season only)
The airline has already put 19 new routes from the UK on sale for this winter, including flights to Cairo in Egypt for the very first time, Akuyeri in Iceland, providing the only direct route from the UK, as well as new routes to Rovaniemi, Finland from two UK airports for a family favourite Christmas Lapland getaway.
Lead-in pricing has been announced with the following confirmed:
- London Southend to Grenoble from £24.99
- Birmingham to Salzburg from £29.99
- London Stansted to Zurich from £32.99
- London Stansted to Geneva from £35.99
Lead-in pricing starts at the prices listed, which are one-way and include a small carry-on item. Extras such as a large bag, checked luggage, seat assignments and so on are all extra.
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, commented:
“We’re delighted to be launching even more new routes and holidays from our airports across the UK to a range of fantastic destinations, providing even more choice for our customers this winter who are looking to visit the Alps region whether that’s for skiing and other winter sports, or soaking in the culture and we can’t wait to welcome more customers on board.”
It’s always snow fun.
It’s going to be a busy winter season for easyJet, with the airline serving over 400 routes to 127 destinations from the UK to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Whilst these aren’t the biggest additions to the easyJet timetable or network, they’ll provide some snow fun for those who want to explore, ski or just travel.
And their winter snow routes can be quite good – I tried one out last year and was rather surprised by the passenger experience.
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