Family flights to picturesque Estonia from as little as £34.99 are soon to be made available by easyJet, after the budget airline announced three brand new routes out of Gatwick airport starting this Autumn.
From April 23, eager bargain-hunting holidaymakers will be able to book their value flights to Tallinn, the prices for which are fully inclusive of tax. In a further boost, and from the same day, easyJet will be making available tickets to the Isle of Man for £22.99.
The Tallin flights will be on an initial four-times-weekly basis, with those to the British island will fly six times per week.
The final mouth-watering new route is to gorgeous Turin in Italy. Those of you looking to snap these up should earmark May 10 in your diaries, as this is when you can start buying tickets for mid-December.
The three latest announcements take the number of flights available from Gatwick up to 97.
Paul Simmons, easyJet's UK Director, comments: "This is a fantastic achievement to reach our 97th route from London Gatwick Airport. The new routes mark easyJet's continued commitment to strengthening its network across Europe with a particular focus on supporting business passengers.
"easyJet has just celebrated its tenth birthday at London Gatwick Airport and is flying more than 70 million passengers from the airport, which alongside the launch of the three new routes to key destinations highlights our on-going support to the base and its customers."
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