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easyJet adds four from London Gatwick
easyJet is launching four new routes from London Gatwick airport, to take its total number of destinations from Gatwick to 71.
On 31 March a four times a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) service to Larnaca begins. This is followed on 1 May by two routes, a daily service to Naples and four times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) to Dubrovnik. Finally, on 3 May, flights to Santorini (three a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays) begins.
David Osborne, easyJet’s regional general manager for the UK, remarked, “easyJet has grown dramatically at Gatwick over the last few years. [This] announcement will further strengthen our position at Gatwick, which is our biggest single airport base."
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