Easyjet has unveiled its summer 2023 schedule which includes 11 routes from nine UK airports, with an extra 200,000 seats on sale.

The new services are from Belfast to Antalya, Gatwick to Calvi in Corsica, Luton to Izmir, Birmingham to Naples, Bristol to Chania, Edinburgh to Antalya and Santorini, Glasgow to Lisbon, Southend to Amsterdam, and Manchester to Paris Orly.

Additionally, the airline is resuming service from London Gatwick to Ancona on Italy’s Adriatic coast, with a twice-weekly service on Mondays and Fridays.

The new year-round route from Manchester to Paris Orly joins Easyjet’s existing service to Charles de Gaulle airport and will operate five times per week from March 27.

The airline will also add an additional A320 neo aircraft to its Manchester base from May, which will operate throughout the summer season – this marks its 21st Airbus aircraft at the airport.

The new routes are as follow:

  • Twice-weekly flights from Belfast to Antalya from March 26
  • Five flights per week from Manchester to Paris Orly from March 27
  • Twice-weekly flights from Birmingham to Naples from April 1
  • Twice-weekly flights from London Luton to Izmir from April 3
  • Twice-weekly flights from Southend to Amsterdam from May 24
  • Twice-weekly flights from Glasgow to Lisbon from June 2
  • Twice-weekly flights from Edinburgh to Antalya from June 3
  • Twice-weekly flights from Edinburgh to Antalya from June 3
  • Once weekly from Edinburgh to Santorini from June 6
  • Twice-weekly flights from London Gatwick to Ancona from June 26
  • Twice-weekly flights from Bristol to Chania from June 27
  • Twice-weekly flights from London Gatwick to Calvi from June 28

Ali Gayward, Easyjet’s UK Country Manager, said:

“We are delighted to be launching even more new routes from the UK and to be operating to new destinations for the very first time this summer, so that we can provide our customers with an even wider range of fantastic beach and city routes across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East to explore and enjoy.

“We remain committed to strengthening our unrivalled short-haul network and providing affordable and convenient connections for our customers across the UK, all with great value fares and the warm welcome that our crew are famous for.”

Easyjet currently serves 19 airports in the UK with over 476 routes to more than 133 destinations from the UK to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.