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easyJet announces new routes - Belfast, Bristol and Glasgow to Ibiza

4th January 2007 Print
easyJet, Europe's leading low-fares airline, has announced it would be adding the beautiful and vibrant island of Ibiza to its choice of destinations from Belfast, Bristol and Glasgow for summer 2007. The weekly flights, with fares from £31.99 one way (£53.98 return including tax), will operate throughout the peak summer months.

David Osborne, UK General Manager for easyJet, said: "To kick off easyJet's expansion plans for 2007, we are delighted to be announcing three new routes from Belfast, Bristol and Glasgow to Ibiza bringing even more low-fares to these regions. Ibiza has already proved a popular summer destination from many of our other UK bases and now even more holiday-makers seeking fun in the sun or a relaxing break on the famous White Isle can do so easily from their local airport".

Ibiza is the most diverse of the Balearic Islands in both its landscape and the type of person who chooses to visit it. Whether you're looking for a fun-filled week of partying in the world-famous resort of San Antonio or want to sample the more historic and laid back Ibiza town, one thing is for sure - the island doesn't fail to impress. The White Isle, as it is known, is legendary for its sandy beaches, of which it boasts over 70, some tucked away in little coves. Its gentle rural landscape, dotted with olive and almond trees and grape vines, simple whitewashed houses, and fortified churches, has a timeless quality.

easyJet is also increasing capacity from Belfast to the popular sun destinations of Palma, Faro, Alicante, Malaga and Nice for summer 2007.