easyJet is expanding its flight program from Vienna by adding five additional destinations by the upcoming winter season. This autumn the airline will introduce flights from Vienna to Manchester (UK), Amsterdam (Netherlands), London Luton (UK) and Berlin Schönefeld (Germany). Moreover, easyJet will connect Vienna with Bristol (UK) and thus offer a new destination from Vienna Airport.

"We are pleased that easyJet – the renowned European Low-Cost-Carrier – will increase its service by five additional routes in the upcoming winter schedule. Especially the UK market offers an attractive potential and will be served even better from Austria now", says Mag. Julian Jäger, CEO of Flughafen Wien AG.

"Vienna is a very popular travel destination in Europe", states Thomas Haagensen, managing director of easyJet Germany. "For this reason, we are looking forward to the expansion of our flight offering from the Austrian capital by adding five new destinations and
to fly Europe to Vienna. In total we will offer eight routes from Vienna, which also includes important business travel destinations such as London as well as popular holiday destinations such as Amsterdam."

Five new easyJet routes from Vienna

The new flight service to London Luton will start on 23 October 2015 and operated Mondays and Fridays. The flights to Berlin Schönefeld Airport will be launched on October 26, 2015 on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. As of November 5, 2015, easyJet will also link Vienna to Manchester every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The flights to Bristol will be commenced on 6 November 2015, every Monday and Friday. On 17 December 2015, the airline will also operate four weekly flights from Vienna to Amsterdam (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday). Every year easyJet carries 66 million passengers, of which 12 million are travelling for business. easyJet operates a fleet of more than 230 aircraft, offering more than 750 routes to 130 airports in 33 countries. Above 300 million Europeans live within a distance of less than one hour driving time from an easyJet airport, more than any other airline.