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Southend Airport welcomes back easyJet

Posted 17 December 2021 · Add Comment

Today easyJet announced that it will once again offer flights from London Southend Airport for next summer to Malaga in Spain and Palma de Majorca in the Balearic Islands, serving customers in the south east of England.

Image courtesy Southend Airport

Flights to Palma are scheduled to take-off from 1 May 2022 up to four times a week on Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights to Malaga will launch from 2 May 2022 with departures six times a week. Both routes will operate throughout the summer season.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager said: “We are delighted to be able to serve customers from London Southend Airport once again for next summer.  We remain committed to strengthening our unrivalled short-haul network and providing more affordable and easy connections to our customers across London and the east of England, by offering low fares and more choice when they travel.”

Glyn Jones, CEO, London Southend Airport said: "We are delighted at the prospect of a return of easyJet flights to London Southend Airport. The restart of easyJet operations would be a real asset to the airport and an endorsement of London Southend Airport’s attractive offering.

"In a recent and comprehensive London Southend Airport survey of people living in London and the east of England, Spanish destinations topped the list of places people most want to fly to next year. The prospect of flights to these hugely popular destinations from our quick and easy airport will greatly benefit us, the airline and people living in London and the east of England. “

 

 

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