easyJet has announced new routes from Bristol Airport to the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini for Summer 2021, the flights and holidays through easyJet and easyJet Holidays start at the end of May 2021 with seats all available to book now.
There are hopes for a better year for aviation this year, in particular for easyJet and these new routes show commitment to customers from the South West regional airport. All flights are subject to market-leading flexible policies under easyJet’s ‘Protection Promise’ which means that customers can book now for later this year with the confidence that if their plans change, so can their booking.
The new route from Bristol to Santorini, an island paradise perfect for couples and families, takes off from 31 May 2021. Flights are available from £30.99, or a seven-night package holiday including flights, hotel, bags and transfers can be booked for just £373 per person. Those looking for an escape to relaxation need look no further than the 5* Splendour Resort, with its luxury facilities and breath-taking views.
Those who want to experience the action and glamour of Mykonos can jet off directly from Bristol from 28 May 2021, with fares available from £30.99* and holidays available from £373 per person, with a range of hotels including the adults only 4* Andronikos hotel, famed for its classic Cycladic design and rooftop bar. All easyJet holidays can be booked with a deposit of just £60 per person.
CEO of Bristol Airport, Dave Lees commented on the news “We are delighted with easyJet’s announcement adding two new destinations from Bristol Airport to the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini and increasing capacity to Antalya and Dalaman in Turkey and the Greek island of Corfu for summer 2021. This further increases the choice of destinations and flight options available to passengers in the region choosing to fly from their local airport. This shows the confidence in the region and when the time is right and travel restrictions ease, Bristol Airport will be ready to provide the essential air connectivity, which is what our customers are telling us they want. We will continue to work with easyJet, enhancing and developing the route network for the future.”
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