easyJet has announced a new domestic route from Bristol Airport to Jersey for Summer 2021, with European travel stagnated due to Covid-19 restrictions the airline is looking to capitalise on UK domestic routes where possible.
The new flights will depart from 10th July 2021 and oeprate three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with tickets starting at just £14.99 allowing passengers from the South West to reconnect with friend and family in the Channel Islands, or the excuse for a break in Jersey.
Also announced today is a new route from Bristol to Aberdeen which departs from 9th July, operating 4 times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays with fares starting from £24.99.
Dave Lees, CEO Bristol Airport, commented:
“We’re delighted that easyJet are continuing to grow their schedule from Bristol Airport adding two destinations to Jersey and Aberdeen from July 2021 to the network. easyJet’s continued expansion of their Bristol base is a real vote of confidence in the region, and ensures that customers living in the South West will enjoy even more choice when it comes to the routes available from their local Airport.
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