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Old 31st Aug 2007, 18:50
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Booking engine showing Madrid to Arrecife and Fuerteventura and Geneva to Las Palmas.

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Old 31st Aug 2007, 19:19
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Looks like you have catched EZY out! Congrats!

I think somebody at the EZY will be in trouble!!

It was only a matter of time. FR and AB are in the market and LS is taking all the airports in the north of the UK, they would be loosing territory rapidly in this region which benefits from exceptional weather all year round.

Only a matter of time before BRS, LPL and a LON airport get routes. LPA and ACE from LPL, all three from BRS and all three from atleast 2 LON airports before next summer surely! FR havn't capitalised on the LON market yet, and EZY would be able to pip them to the post!

Good luck to EZY and I hope they do expand into the UK market soon!
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Old 1st Sep 2007, 13:01
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They do this all the time, the timetable route map thing has been happening for ages. Last time it was FNC that appeared before any announcement.
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Old 5th Sep 2007, 15:56
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EZY has not announced these flights yet, but they are bookable on their website:

Madrid - Lanzarote (Daily) (Starts 01/11/07)
06.25-09.50
08.40-12.10
Fares start from 18.99 euros

Madrid - Fuerteventura (Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday) (Starts 03/11/07)
16.50-18.35
18.55-22.30
Fares start from 18.99 euros

Geneva - Las Palmas (Wednesday, Saturday) (Starts 31/10/07)
06.40-09.50
11.10-16.20
Fares start from 26.99 euros

Looks like the airline is following AB, FR and LS into the Canaries and don't be surprised if we see more flights from the islands before the end of October!
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Old 5th Sep 2007, 19:33
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There´s an announcement in Spanish on the easyjet website regarding routes from Madrid to the Canaries. A new daily route to Lisbon has also been announced:


Link is missing for a reason Mark. It is advertising.

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Old 5th Sep 2007, 20:30
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I suppose there is no need for the news to be in english.

I'm guessing there will be an announcement in French for the GVA LPA route.
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Old 6th Sep 2007, 16:54
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EasyJet is to close its Luton call centre

EasyJet is to close its Luton call centre resulting in the loss of almost 150 jobs.

After a 90-day consultation period reviewing the Luton office, the no-frills airline has decided to move the operation by the end of this year to Berlin, Germany, and Poznan, Poland.

EasyJet spokeswoman Samantha Day, said: "We are continually reviewing all our operations to ensure they are as cost-efficient as possible and this decision comes as a result of a thorough evaluation of all the options available.

"Having reviewed the contact centre operation in detail, we have concluded that our current operation is not sustainable and we believe that the outsource partner can provide the most effective, efficient and scaleable service to suit the ongoing needs of the business, as the airline continues to expand.

"Outsourcing will clearly have a significant impact on everyone working in the contact centre and easyJet is working closely with its 144 contact centre staff and their representatives, providing the services of a professional outplacement provider who will be able to help with any career advice and support they may require."
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Old 6th Sep 2007, 21:23
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Is Easyjet not interested after all in Jersey as there are new routes appearing for Jersey with Flyglobespan opening up Flybe doing things is there more to come before 2008 or is Jersey going to get a very big Xmas present from Easy for 2008?
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Old 19th Sep 2007, 16:05
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According to Internal Staff magazine received today through the letterbox , Two new bases are to be announced in early october.
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Old 19th Sep 2007, 16:11
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I wish one of them was Exeter but I know with BRS being up the road that ain't gonna happen unfortunately.
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Old 19th Sep 2007, 16:13
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...maybe BHX.....!

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Old 19th Sep 2007, 16:45
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According to Internal Staff magazine received today through the letterbox , Two new bases are to be announced in early october.
Probably LYS and MUC

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Old 19th Sep 2007, 16:45
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Bases

Any clues if they are to be in mainland Europe or possibly at least one in the UK.

BHX would be well received but previous hints have always mentioned
mainland Europe for expansion.

Fingers crossed in one part of the Midlands.

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Old 19th Sep 2007, 21:29
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Don't think it will be BHX due to EMA but is BOH a possibility? Can also see another Spanish airport becoming a base due to the FR increase of late. Maybe AGP?
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 06:31
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The BHX rumours are gaining momentum and are louder then ever, so BHX and LYS.

Maybe with the potential withdrawal of X3 from BHX-CGN for next Summer (unless TUIFly announce more routes later in the year), then Easyjet will do a BHX-CGN route, akin to their successful EMA-CGN route.

Don't think that there will be any problems with the proximity of BHX and EMA for Easyjet...the two airports serve at least 6 big cities between them so plenty of opportunities for passengers (Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry...plus all the large towns in the area).
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 06:36
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My bet's are on BOH and BHX for the UK and BCN for new european base.
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 07:15
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Quote "Maybe with the potential withdrawal of X3 from BHX-CGN for next Summer (unless TUIFly announce more routes later in the year), then Easyjet will do a BHX-CGN route, akin to their successful EMA-CGN route."

But I though Ezy were stopping their CGN service from EMA and going to PMI instead?

The BHX-CGN has gone through a number of operators recently, none of whom can make it work.
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 10:01
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CDG & LYS
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 10:58
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I think so too .. would make sense.
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Old 20th Sep 2007, 11:42
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French rumors effectively are about
- CDG with in a first time a move from T3 terminal to T2B
- LYS
it seems EZY vants to go ahead quickly in France
... but I am french
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