easyJet, Northern Ireland’s largest airline, has today (Thursday 15th September) announced its summer 2012 schedule from Belfast. 12,200 flights are now on sale to destinations throughout Europe.
The low-fares airline has confirmed it will be operating a total of 22 summer routes from Belfast International Airport, which are all available to book now for travel from 25 March through to 2 September 2012.
Seats go on sale later today to popular summer sun destinations including Malaga, Alicante, Palma, Faro and Malta from only £21.99 (one-way including taxes).
easyJet will operate daily flights from Belfast to Amsterdam, Malaga, Alicante, Faro and Palma, and has increased the frequency to Amsterdam, Faro and Palma.
A new route from Belfast International Airport to Manchester will be launched on 31 October, and a service to London Southend will start on 2 April 2012.
Following a wash-out summer, savvy passengers looking to stay one step ahead of the typical weather at home next year can secure the best fares to the sunshine early.
Paul Simmons, easyJet’s UK Director, said: “With winter fast approaching, the launch of our summer 2012 schedule allows passengers to look forward and book early to secure the best fares for annual sunshine holidays and weekend getaways next year.
“Business passengers can also benefit from easy and affordable travel to the widest range of European city destinations yet, to central airports at convenient times.”
Travellers looking to book their flights, accommodation and transfers in one go can now find a wide range of flexible and affordable summer breaks on the easyJet Holidays website (http://holidays.easyjet.com/) over the same period.
For more information or to book visit www.easyJet.com