Easyjet launches new services to French cities

7th March 2006, Comments 0 comments

PARIS, March 7, 2006 (AFP) - Britain's low-cost carrier EasyJet said Tuesday it will start several more services to French destinations in June and July.

PARIS, March 7, 2006 (AFP) - Britain's low-cost carrier EasyJet said Tuesday it will start several more services to French destinations in June and July.

The cross-channel flights will be between Luton (north of London) and Bordeaux, Bristol and Toulouse, and Bristol and Marseille.

In addition, summer-only services will begin between Paris and Ajaccio (the main city on the island of Corsica), and between Bristol and La Rochelle.

The company also said February passenger numbers increased 9.4 percent over the same month last year to 2.4 million people. Its planes are now 84 percent full on average.

In 2005, EasyJet transported 30 million passengers.

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