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  • easyJet is launching flights to Oslo and Sharm-el-Sheikh for the first time with new routes from Liverpool
  • Flights will operate twice a week this winter
  • Flights are now available to book from on and via the mobile app with easyJet holidays to be offered too

easyJet has today announced it will launch two new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the Norwegian capital Oslo and winter hot-spot Sharm-el-Sheikh, in Egypt providing more choice and variety for customers flying with the airline this winter. Oslo is a brand-new destination on easyJet’s network this year where vibrant nightlife, diverse cuisine and iconic architecture meet scenic natural beauty.

Both services will operate twice a week on Mondays and Fridays throughout the winter with flights to Oslo beginning on 29th November while flights to Sharm-el-Shiekh start on 14th February. Sharm-el Shiekh represents a fantastic destination with guaranteed sunshine through the winter months.

The two new routes mean easyJet has added eleven new services to its Liverpool network over the last 12 months, following new flights being introduced to Derry, Malta, Enfida in Tunisia, Hurghada in Egypt, Corfu, Berlin, Prague, Fuerteventura and Marrakech.

Commenting on the new routes, Ali Gayward, UK Country manager, easyJet, said:

“We are delighted to be announcing two new routes from Liverpool, to Sharm-el-Sheikh and Oslo – a brand new destination for easyJet this year, which will appeal to leisure and business customers alike – while Sharm adds to the choice on offer for those looking for winter holidays this year.

“These new and exciting destinations in our network provides our customers from across the North West with even greater choice and connectivity this year all with great value fares and friendly service, and we look forward to welcoming them on board.”

Paul Winfield, Aviation Director for LJLA said:

“We are excited to announce a further two new routes, meaning 8 new routes will start this winter season, complementing new services to Hurghada, Corfu and Enfidha.

“The new route to Oslo will allow football supporters to fly direct to Liverpool to see the reds, whilst Sharm El Sheikh is an exciting new long sector addition to the network.”

easyJet now bases seven aircraft at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, flying around 2 million passengers a year, offering up to 340 flights each week to 27 destinations.

easyJet was founded in the UK launching operations nearly 30 years ago and since then has flown over 800 million customers and is set to operate 100m annual seats this year. The airline now serves 21 UK airports offering over 500 routes from the UK to over 120 destinations in 30 countries across Europe and beyond.

Customers can now book convenient and direct great value fares starting from just £54.99* from Liverpool, now available to book on and via the mobile app.