easyJet launches new routes from Ljubljana to Paris and Milan

easyJet passenger numbers in Slovenia will grow by 70 percent next year in comparison to 2010

This Thursday easyJet, Europes leading low-fares airline, will put on sale two new flights from Ljubljana to Paris and Milan. The new routes will start operating in first days of December. Tickets will be available from as little as 19.99 EUR, including taxes and charges.

The new flights to Paris and Milan takes easyJets destinations count from Ljubljana to three for the winter season. The routes will be served thrice weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

ROUTE START DATE FREQUENCY One way fares inc taxes & charges / return
Ljubljana to Paris Charles de Gaulle 2 December 2010 Tue, Thu, Sat 24.99 EUR
Ljubljana to Milan Malpensa 9 December 2010 Tue, Thu, Sat 19.99 EUR

Peter Voets, easyJets Marketing Manager for Switzerland, Austria & Eastern Europe, said:
"easyJets passengers numbers will be shooting up from 95,000 this year to 160,000 next year so we are delighted to be offering even more routes from Slovenia. easyJet will grow in Slovenia in the next twelve months by 68%, offering its familiar combination of low-fares with care and convenience."

Janez Krasnja, Sales Director in Aerodrom Ljubljana said: "easyJet has started flying to Slovenia immediately after the countrys integration into the EU, and has proven as an outstanding and reliable partner of Aerodrom Ljubljana ever since. Since the beginning of flying till today we have cared for around 600,000 easyJet passengers. Launching two new routes is on the one hand a sign of good partnership integration, and more importantly, a prospect that passenger numbers at our airport as well as air guest numbers in Slovenia will start to rise again."

Zg. Brnik, 7 July 2010