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Published on Wednesday, December 11, 2019

EasyJet to relaunch flights to Tunisia

EasyJet will relaunch flights to Tunisia next summer for the first time since the terror attack in Sousse in 2015.

The airline will offer two flights a week from Gatwick to the Tunisian beach destination of Enfidha.

Altogether, easyJet will offer 12 new routes from the UK next summer, including services to Tirana, the capital of Albania, for the first time ever.

The airline has put 370,000 summer seats on sale across its today.

Flights to Tirana will operate three times a week from Gatwick from May 1, giving access to the Adriatic coast 40-minutes'drive away.

UK country manager Ali Gayward said: "We're pleased to be continuing to deliver an unrivalled network which, with today's announcement, sees two new destinations for passengers from the UK and 25 new routes placed on sale across our network.

"Our new routes are making it easier and more affordable than ever for our customers to travel to a range of summer destinations.

"We expect our new destinations to be especially popular amongst customers - offering something different from typical bucket and spade holidays. We are continuing to deliver a network of destinations which provide our customers with flexibility and choice, underlining our commitment to providing the destinations our customers want."  

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