Easyjet’s first flight to Venice from Liverpool Airport takes off

The flight comes as last week easyJet celebrated 20 years of flying from Liverpool. The new route will operate twice weekly departures on Tuesdays and Saturdays, all year round

Paul Winfield, air service development director, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, and Ali Gayward UK country manager for easyJet, celebrate the inaugural Venice flight from LJLA

 

Low-cost airline easyJet has now taken the number of routes out Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) to 29 after its first flight to Venice took off on Tuesday.

The flight comes as last week easyJet celebrated 20 years of flying from Liverpool. The new route will operate twice weekly departures on Tuesdays and Saturdays, all year round.

Venice is one of Europe’s most popular tourist and business destinations and this latest addition to the growing list of cities to be served from LJLA.

its becomes the seventh Italian destination to be served from Liverpool, with flights operated by a number of airlines already on sale to Bari, Milan Bergamo, Milan Malpensa, Naples, Pisa and Rome.

Ali Gayward, UK country manager at easyJet, said:In adding to easyJet’s destinations from the airport, it allows us to further enhance our range of leisure and business destinations on offer.

The inaugural flight today signifies our continued commitment to providing affordable year round routes to from Liverpool as well as benefitting inbound tourism to the city.

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