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easyJet to Gdansk, Innsbruck and Bari

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easyJet announce the opening of 11 new routes, including the addition of three new cities to its network – Gdansk, Innsbruck and Bari.

The airline’s expansion to Bucharest and Gdansk represents the airline’s commitment to growth in Central Eastern Europe, whilst the addition of Innsbruck to the network will continue to position the airline as the first choice for independent skiers.
This announcement follows the recent news that the airline will also expand with new services from; Bristol to Madiera and Lisbon (starts 29 October and 31 October respectively); Gatwick to Lisbon (starts 1 October); Stansted to Madiera (starts 29 October); Edinburgh and Bournemouth to Krakow (starts 29 October and 30 October respectively) (boarding.no).

The new routes commencing operation this winter are:
London Gatwick - Bucharest 29 October Daily £24.99
London Gatwick - Gdansk 1 October Daily £24.99
London Gatwick - Innsbruck 14 December 6 weekly (excl Sat) £24.99
Edinburgh - Gdansk 30 October 3 weekly (Tue, Thur, Sun) £24.99
Bristol - Gdansk 30 October 3 weekly (Tue, Thur, Sat) £21.99
Bristol - Innsbruck 14 December 3 weekly ( Mon, Fri, Sun) £24.99
Madrid - Bucharest 29 October 4 weekly (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun) €18.99
Madrid – Paris (Charles de Gaulle) 1 November Daily €18.99
Nice - Brussels 5 November Daily €26.99
Milan (Malpensa)- Barcelona 8 October Daily €21.99
Milan (Malpensa)- Bari 1 October Daily €21.99


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