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Published on Wednesday, January 15, 2020

EasyJet to resume flights to Sharm

EasyJet will resume year-round flights to Sharm el Sheikh later this year.

EasyJet will operate two flights a week to the Red Sea resort, starting from June 7 from Manchester and from September 30 from London Gatwick.

Both services go on sale today with fares starting from £99.99 one way.

EasyJet hasn't operated the route since November 15 when the government banned flights from Sharm airport to and from the UK. The ban was lifted at the end of last year.

The airline is also extending its winter flights from Manchester to Hurghada to operate year-round three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays with the first flight departing on June 1.

Meanwhile, easyJet has also announced a further two new routes from Manchester, also on sale from today.

Flights to Rome will operate three times a week starting on June 7 along with twice-weekly flights to Menorca with the first flight departing on June 4.


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