Summer might seem a long way off as temperatures plummet and bookies take bets on the chances of a white Christmas, but EasyJet have just announced 20 new routes from next year.
From summer 2018, they will be flying to a range of new destinations from seven UK airports; Belfast, Bristol, London Gatwick, Liverpool, London Luton, Manchester and Southend.
And of the new routes, four are completely new destinations for the low-cost airline; Ancona and Genoa in Italy, Nea Anchialos in Greece and Reus in Spain. Some of the routes will be flown seven days a week.
The new routes:
Belfast to Isle of Man, Naples and Valencia.
Bristol to Genoa and Seville.
London Gatwick to Alcona and Nea Anchialos.
Liverpool to Dalaman, Palermo and Pula.
London Luton to Dalaman, Genoa, Palermo, Reus and Thessaloniki.
Manchester to Genoa.
London Southend to Bordeaux, Dubrovnik, Prague and Pula.
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