Easyjet adds new East Europeanroutes from Germany

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2 September 2004 , DORTMUND - British low fare airline Easyjet has begun new flights from the Germany city of Dortmund to Budapest and Prague in building up operations for eastern Europe. The airline said it will be flying each route on a daily basis. In addition, it started operating two flights daily from Dortmund to London-Luton airport. Easyjet said services to a further eastern European destination, the Polish city of Krakow, will be launched on 31 October. The British discount airline first began its

2 September 2004

DORTMUND - British low fare airline Easyjet has begun new flights from the Germany city of Dortmund to Budapest and Prague in building up operations for eastern Europe.

The airline said it will be flying each route on a daily basis. In addition, it started operating two flights daily from Dortmund to London-Luton airport.

Easyjet said services to a further eastern European destination, the Polish city of Krakow, will be launched on 31 October.

The British discount airline first began its operations in Dortmund, in the heart of Germany's Ruhr industrial region, in July.

DPA

Subject: German news 

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