EasyJet has launched two new sunny holiday routes from this major UK airport

The budget airline is now offering several more short-haul routes – including flights to ‘Europe’s sunniest island’

Sabah Osman
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Sabah Osman
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Easyjet just made Glaswegians summer as they get new routes
Photograph: LinerEasyJet added hot new routes for Glaswegians

Glasgow searching for some low-cost sun, sea and sand this summer, your options just got a little bit better. EasyJet has launched new holiday routes from Glasgow to two short-haul beach destinations that should satisfy any cravings for vitamin D. 

The budget airline’s new routes will take Glaswegians to Enfidha in Tunisia and Larnaca in Cyprus – and both services are now up-and-running.

EasyJet’s twice-weekly flights to Enfidha will whisk travellers off to the gorgeous Gulf of Hammamet region, nicknamed the ‘Tunisian Saint-Tropez’ for its vibrant medinas, bustling markets, lively nightlife and 10km stretch of breathtaking sandy beaches. Flights operate year-round every Thursday and Sunday, with return fares starting from just £77.

If you’d prefer a beachy European summer escape, EasyJet has also launched twice-weekly flights from Glasgow to the Cypriot city of Larnaca on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Return fares start at just £47, making it an absolute steal.

Larnaca serves as a perfect base to easily reach popular coastal hotspots around the island, like Ayia Napa and Paphos. With year-round sunshine, Cyprus sells itself as ‘Europe’s sunniest island’, so visiting the place practically guarantees you a tan. 

Larnaca, Cyprus Beach
Photograph Shutterstock.jpgLarnaca beach

These two new routes are part of easyJet’s expansion at its Glasgow base, adding a sixth aircraft serving 86 routes across 19 countries. According to Mark Beveridge, managing director of Glasgow Airport, the additional EasyJet services will ‘deliver even more choice and convenience’ for Scottish sun-seekers.

You can book and find out more on the easyJet website here.

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