New routes from Manchester announced
Thu, 10 Jul, 2008
Budget airline easyJet has announced that it is to begin flying to Sofia and Geneva from Manchester Airport this coming winter.
The three times a week service to the Bulgarian capital will take off for the first time on December 11th, with one-way tickets available from £33.99.
Flights to Geneva commence the following day and seats on any of the nine weekly flights will start from £29.99.
Manchester Airport's director of aviation development Tim McDermott said he was pleased easyJet had decided to increase its number of destinations from Ringway to seven.
He added: "Sofia and Geneva are important business and leisure destinations and we are sure they will prove to be incredibly popular with our passengers."
The low-cost airline recently announced it had seen a surge in passenger numbers during June.
More than four million holidaymakers travelled with easyJet last month, compared with 3.4 million in June 2007.