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easyJet launches three new winter 2024 destinations from Belfast International

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Airline easyJet have confirmed the launch of three new winter routes from Belfast International Airport from October.

The collection of new routes for the winter 2024 season includes popular winter sun and city break destinations Fuerteventura, Marrakech, and Prague.

Passengers from Northern Ireland will be able to fly to Fuerteventura from 28 October operating on Mondays and Fridays.

A new year-round city route to Prague will also launch on 2 November and will operate twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays from the airport.

Flights to Marrakech from Belfast International will also return for the first time since before the Covid pandemic, on 3 November and operate throughout winter on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The new flights are among 60 new routes now available to book, including 33 routes launching from 11 UK airports.

The airline said flights on the new routes from Belfast International are now available to book at easyJet.com and via their mobile app.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK country manager, said: “We’re delighted to be releasing an incredible range of new routes today for this winter, our largest release.

“With 33 new services now available from 11 UK airports. Our flights and holidays are available for even more and brand new destinations including Fuerteventura, Marrakech, and Prague from Belfast, further strengthening our unrivalled short-haul network and providing customers with even more choice and great value.”

Dan Owens, Belfast International Airport, chief executive officer, added: “We are delighted that easyJet is adding three new routes to further compliment their growing flight programme from Belfast International Airport.

“The introduction of Marrakech, Prague and Fuerteventura will extend the choice and flexibility of routes now available from Belfast International Airport and will no doubt appeal to travellers from right across the region wanting to fly from their local airport.”

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