Monarch launches ten UK routes

Monarch Airlines has launched ten new routes from four UK airports.

Monarch airlines launches ten new routes
Monarch airlines launches ten new routes

Monarch will operate a twice a week service to new Enfidha, Tunisia from both Manchester Airport and London Gatwick on Wednesday and Saturday each week.

The airline has also launched its first service to a Moroccan destination with a twice-weekly flight to Agadir from Manchester airport.

A twice-weekly service to Hurghada, Egypt will operate out of Birmingham, Manchester and London Gatwick airports as of today (2 May), while the latter will operate a five-times-a-week service to Nice from Thursday to Monday.

New flights from London Luton airport to Antalya, Turkey have also launched today and will operate three times a week.

A twice-weekly service to Naples will operate out of London Luton airport and Manchester airport between Monday and Friday.

Director of customer experience and marketing, Tim Williamson, said: "This could not come at a better time as we prepare ourselves for our busiest period; the airline will have over 5.5 million seats on sale over the summer period and expects by mid-August to have 1,118 one way departures per week."

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