You can now fly to these new routes across Europe in summer 2018

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Susan Devaney

Christmas may be coming, but easyJet has just announced 20 new routes for summer 2018 and now we’re dreaming about sunshine. 

From chomping on mince pies to indulging in mulled wine, December is well and truly a time for wrapping up warm and enjoying the festive fun.

But, since easyJet has just announced 20 new routes across the continent for summer 2018 – starting from £19 one-way - we’ve officially started thinking about sun, sea and sand come summer 2018. 

The low-cost airline will operate the new routes from seven airports across the UK - Belfast, Bristol, London Gatwick, Liverpool, London Luton, Manchester and Southend - seven days a week. 

And new destinations have been added including Ancona, Genoa, Nea Anchialos and Reus. 

You can easily jet off to Palermo in Sicily for some sunshine next summer. 

“We’re really pleased to be launching 20 new routes for the summer 2018 schedule. Passengers can look forward to fantastic European destinations, whether they are travelling for business or leisure,” says Sophie Dekkers, easyJet’s UK county director.

Here’s a list of all of the newly added routes, and fares for one-way flights come summer 2018:


Belfast to Isle of Man from £22.56

Belfast to Naples from £18.70

Belfast to Valencia from £26.70


Bristol to Genoa from £26.70

Bristol to Seville from £28.72

London Gatwick

London Gatwick to Alcona from £32.76

London Gatwick to Nea Anchialos from £50.94


Liverpool to Dalaman from £26.70

Liverpool to Palermo from £26.70

Liverpool to Pula from £24.68

London Luton

London Luton to Dalaman from £34.78

London Luton to Genoa from £32.76

London Luton to Palermo from £32.76

London Luton to Reus from £32.76

London Luton to Thessaloniki from £32.76


Manchester to Genoa from £26.70

London Southend

London Southend to Bordeaux from £26.70

London Southend to Dubrovnik from £28.72

London Southend to Prague from £28.72

London Southend to Pula from £26.70

The airline hasn’t announced just yet when the tickets will go on sale, but we’re certain they’ll prove pretty popular. 

Images: Instagram / iStock 


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