Tenth easyJet stationed in Schönefeld


The British airline has stationed an additional aircraft at Berlin Schönefeld Airport and remains the largest airline at the site. More aircraft mean more flights as well, of course. In this case, four new routes are being added to the schedule. 

Savoir-vivre in France

Since the start of the summer flight schedule, easyJet has been offering a new direct connection from Berlin to Bordeaux. The route to the French wine metropolis on the Atlantic is served four times a week. Flights on the route are scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Connoisseurs of fine cuisine as well as water sports enthusiasts can enjoy themselves to the fullest at the destination. From 10 May, easyJet will fly to Toulouse in southern France three times a week — always on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The fourth-largest city in France is located between Mediterranean and Atlantic and among other attractions is the headquarters of the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus.

Sicily and Priština

Anyone interested in the Balkans can take advantage of the new direct flight to Priština. easyJet flights to the capital city of Kosovo have been taking off every Monday, Wednesday and Friday since the changeover to the summer flight schedule. The airline will start new flights to the Sicilian city of Catania on 28 June, flying on Tuesdays and Fridays. Catania stands out for its Italian charm as well as its rich historical legacy and impressive architecture. Moreover, it is an excellent starting point for exploring the Mediterranean’s largest island and the volcano Mount Etna.


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