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easyJet With Six New Destinations from Hamburg

In March 2014, easyJet opened a permanent base at Hamburg Airport. Since then, the airline has continuously expanded its Hamburg route network

In March 2014, easyJet opened a permanent base at Hamburg Airport. Since then, the airline has expanded its Hamburg route network from initially six to meanwhile 28 destinations serviced directly from Hamburg. With a third Airbus A320 stationed at its base at Hamburg Airport, the British carrier will add six new routes to its network. Starting in spring and summer 2015, respectively, easyJet will then also be servicing Heraklion and Thessaloniki in Greece, Bologna und Pisa in Italy, Paris-Orly in France, and Alicante in Spain.

easyJet Increases European Services

“With six new routes from Hamburg, we expand services at our base in northern Germany”, says Thomas Haagensen, CEO easyJet Germany. “Our location at Hamburg Airport fully convinced us so. We thus re-invest in our growing network to ensure that leisure and business travellers could easily reach European destinations from Hamburg with our services.” Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO at Hamburg Airport, added: “easyJet is an important partner for Hamburg Airport The six new compounds increase the diversity and attractiveness of flights from Hamburg. With Paris-Orly, easyJet launches a services to a great European city that is not only of interest for tourists, but also for business travellers.

The New Routes At A Glance

Hamburg-Bologna: starting 29 March 2015
Hamburg-Paris Orly: starting 29 March 2015
Hamburg-Alicante: starting 30 March 2015
Hamburg-Pisa: starting 30 March 2015
Hamburg-Heraklion: starting 27 June 2015
Hamburg-Thessaloniki: starting 29 June 2015
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source and further details:
www.hamburg-airport.de

About easyJet

easyJet claims to be Europe’s leading airline, operating on over 700 routes across more than 32 countries with its fleet of over 200 Airbus aircraft. The British carriers employs over 8,000 people, including 2,000 pilots and 4,500+ cabin crew. Last year, easyJet flew over 60 million passengers. To decrease the impact of flying on the environment, easyJet pursues various green strategies. These include, inter alia, tomonitor emissions per passenger kilometre. This is a measure of how efficiently passengers are carried and allows comparison between airlines.
At 83.76g/km easyJet’s emissions per passenger kilometre are amongst the lowest in the industry and have reduced significantly over the past ten years. In 2013, easyJet’s emissions per passenger km (the standard industry measure of efficiency) were 83.76g/km, reduced from 85.48g/km in 2012.

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