As part of a continual, rolling programme of summer flights from regional airports across the UK, Easyjet has announced a pair of enticing new destinations from Newcastle.

A new, weekly flight to Rhodes will take off effective from June 4th, with one way fares on offer from £30.99 one way.

Another new service to Corfu- again on a weekly basis- will commence effective of June 7th, with one way fares priced from £23.99.

Taking off at a slight tangent- quite literally- the airline will also offer summer services to the Croatian coastal city of Split, with flights on Tuesdays and Saturdays. This service commences from June 2nd, and offers one way fares from £26.99.

If something not quite so sizzling and more distinctly cooler is your choice, then Easyjet is now also adding a new, year round service to Geneva from £17.99 each way.

Easyjet these days now offers assigned seating on all flights, and these new short flights provide the possibility for an exhilarating short break in some of the most perennially alluring islands in the summertime Aegean, or even the possibility of a short, exhilarating weekend break along one of the greatest cities of the Croatian Riviera.

As for the Geneva flights, these should prove hugely popular with the ski-ing fraternity, or even those who just like the idea of buying a rail pass and travelling through the exhilarating Swiss landscape at a more sedate pace.

With matchless ease of convenient access by road, metro and air, Newcastle Airport is one of the most welcoming and hassle free airports anywhere in the mainland United Kingdom.

Exciting times for both Easyjet and Newcastle. As ever, stay tuned.

Newcastle is an increasingly important centre for Easyjet

Newcastle is an increasingly important centre for Easyjet


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