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easyJet to launch Santorini route next month | News

easyJet raises £450m in new share offering | News

easyJet has announced it will operate a new route to the Greek island of Santorini, becoming the first airline to fly the route from London Luton Airport this summer. The new flights begin on August 6th and will operate three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Santorini, part of a group of small […]

easyJet expands summer schedule across Europe | News

easyJet expands summer schedule across Europe | News

easyJet has confirmed it will be flying to an increasing number of destinations from the UK throughout August. In June flights began operating for the first time since the airline grounded its fleet at the end of March as a result of Covid-19. Now, from August 1st, the airline will resume flying to more summer […]

easyJet holidays to relaunch in August | News

easyJet raises £450m in new share offering | News

easyJet holidays has announced plans to start operating summer season trips from August 1st. The move comes following the news from the UK government on its latest travel and quarantine advice. The holiday company is now readying itself to start taking customers on holiday once more from the beginning of next month. From the likes […]

easyJet to operate 500 flights a day from next week | News

easyJet raises £450m in new share offering | News

easyJet has confirmed it will be relaunching more flights from airports across Europe, including 14 airports across the UK, on both domestic and international routes. From July 1st, the schedule will build to around 500 flights a day across its European network, including over 900 flights a week to and from the UK. Flights will […]

easyJet raises £450m in new share offering | News

easyJet raises £450m in new share offering | News

easyJet has finalised a rights issue to raise more than £450 million as the company seeks to shore up its cash reserves in the face of the Covid-19 crisis. The low-cost carrier returned to flying last week after grounding all services in March. However, aviation demand is not expected to reach levels seen in 2019 […]

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