easyJet, one of Europe’s leading airline, has announced a new route from Bristol to Rhodes which will commence on June 2 and become the airline’s 70th route from Bristol.
The flights will operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays until 23 October 2019 on an A320 aircraft. Fares will start from £39.24 per person.
The new route is expected to carry over 7,000 passengers this summer and is likely to be popular amongst those looking to enjoy the beach resorts and iconic taste of Mediterranean heritage offered by the capital of the Dodecanese islands.
easyJet now flies to Rhodes from five UK airports – London Gatwick, Luton, Liverpool, Newcastle and Bristol.
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, said: “We’re delighted to announce this new summer route to Rhodes from Bristol, which allows us to offer our customers an even wider range of exiting destinations to visit this summer. The launch of this new route demonstrates the continued growth of the easyJet network across the UK and Europe as well as our ambition of always providing a great service and low fares.”
Nigel Scott, Business Development Director at Bristol Airport, said: “This new route further strengthens easyJet’s network serving passengers in the South West and South Wales, providing another great option for a summer getaway.”
With the addition of this route the airline will operate over 32,000 flights per year from its Bristol base.