easyJet adds over 22k seats from Liverpool for this spring

Liverpool’s largest airline, easyJet, has announced that it has over 22,000 extra seats now on sale across 12 routes to and from Liverpool between 27 March and 30 April, delivering good news for those in the North West planning their Easter and early summer getaways.

easyJet launched operations from Liverpool nearly 25 years ago, and is now the airport’s largest airline, flying almost 3 million passengers in 2019 across 20 routes to 11 countries. 

The extra seats are available on routes to Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, Belfast, Bodrum, Dalaman, Faro, Geneva, Isle of Man, Jersey, and Madrid, providing customers in the North West of England with even more choice to enjoy a trip to Europe this summer.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, said, “We are delighted to be adding even more seats to our summer 2022 schedule, so that we can provide our customers in the North West of England with even more choice to enjoy to some of Europe’s best ski, beach, and city destinations, just in time to book an Easter break to look forward to.

“We know that so many people have missed being able to holiday over the last two years and so it is a priority for many UK consumers. With low fares from just £20.99, hundreds of fantastic destinations to choose from, and many no longer requiring testing restrictions, now is a great time to book with easyJet.

“We are excited about our plans for next summer, which should see us return to near 2019 levels of flying and we can’t wait to welcome our customers back onboard.”

Robin Tudor, Head of PR at Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, ”This is great news for passengers from across the region who can take advantage of these additional seats to a host of great destinations combined with the faster, easier, friendlier passenger experience that flying direct from Liverpool brings.”

easyJet is operating more seats to European test-free destinations from the UK than any other airline now countries including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Germany, France, and Switzerland have removed testing for the fully vaccinated.

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