Easyjet wants to fly stably between Switzerland and Germany

Airbus A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Airbus A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Easyjet wants to fly stably between Switzerland and Germany

Airbus A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The low-cost airline Easyjet does not want to make any further cuts in traffic between Switzerland and Germany in the summer of 2022. One wants to carry out the already reduced flight plan in a stable manner, explained Germany boss Stephan Erler to the “Tagesspiegel”.

In several steps, Easyjet has the offer for midsummer 2022 driven back from Berlin-Brandenburg. Previously, it is repeatedly closed due to staff shortages short-term cancellations and considerable delays. There was also one in a wage dispute with the Verdi union that has since been resolved Flight attendants warning strike.

From Geneva and Basel, Easyjet wants to launch new routes in the 2022/23 winter flight schedule. There are two weekly flights to Marseille from the first city mentioned. The route is to be served on Mondays and Fridays from October 31, 2022 until March 24, 2023 for the time being.

From Geneva, Easyjet is adding Venice as its destination. The first flight is scheduled for October 30, 2022. It is currently planned to fly on Wednesdays and Sundays until March 22, 2023.

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