easyJet launches five new routes from Liverpool Airport

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The popular budget airline will fly to new destinations this winter.

easyJet has announced it will be operating five more routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) this winter.

The popular budget airline will fly from LJLA to Prague three times a week from 28 October, twice a week to Marrakech from 13 November, twice a week to Malta from 10 December, twice a week to Berlin from 14 February and once a week to Fuerteventura from 19 February.

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easyJet now operates seven aircraft from Liverpool, flying around two million passengers a year to 32 destinations, with tickets for the new winter routes on sale now. The carrier says the routes provide ‘an interesting mix of destinations’ from ‘exotic winter sun to short city hops’.

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Discussing the new routes, Paul Winfield, Aviation Director for LJLA said:“We are delighted to welcome 5 new routes this Winter with our largest airline partner, easyJet. Berlin, Prague and Marrakesh become new year-round routes from Liverpool, offering passengers from across the North West and North Wales the opportunity to explore these destinations with the added benefit of flying direct from Liverpool. We are also delighted to welcome routes to Malta and Fuerteventura with easyJet, where there is clear demand for more services from Liverpool.”

Flights on new routes are now available to book now:

  • Liverpool to Fuerteventura flights will operate once a week on Wednesdays from 19 February with fares from £27.99*
  • Liverpool to Malta flights will operate twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10 December with fares from £32.99*
  • Liverpool to Prague flights will operate three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 28 October with fares from £26.99*
  • Liverpool to Marrakech flights will operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays from 13 November with fares from £37.99*


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