easyJet will start to operate new route to Paris
On 4 December easyJet will start to operate flights between Ljubljana and Paris. New route compliments low-fares flights from Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport.
Tomorrow easyJet, European leading low-fares airline, launches new route from Ljubljana to airport Charles de Gaulle in Paris. New route is addition to a successful connection between Slovenia's capital and London Stansted, established in april 2004.
The routes will be served thrice weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with 156 seat Airbus A319 aircraft. One way tickets are avaliable from 24.99 EUR, including taxes and charges. Approximately 40.000 passengers are expected to travel on that route in the first year. We also announced that easyJet will provide route to Milano, but due to inadequate ticket purchase, that news has been cancelled.
Passengers can now choose between three airline flights to Paris since Adria Airways and Air France also operate routes there.
easyJet is now Europe's No. 1 air transport network due to itsleading presence on Europes top 100 routes and at Europes 50 largest airports. More than 300 million Europeans live within one hours drive of an easyJet airport, more than any other airline.
By offering thel owest fares to the most convenient airports, this year easyJet will grow profitably by 10% and will carry 50 million passengers on over 520 routes between 122 airports in 29 countries.
easyJet is the UKs largest and Europes fourth largest airline by passenger numbers. In 2009, the airline carried 28 million passengers in the UK and 46 million in total. On average easyJet flies passengers 1100 km.
Brnik, 3 December 2010