EASYJET has launched its summer 2022 sale, with 16 new routes and flights from just £15pp.
Brits can start planning holidays for next year, as the budget airline adds trips to top tourist destinations.
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The budget airline confirmed there will be four flights a week from Southend Airport to Majorca from May 1, and six flights a week to Malaga from May 2.
Passengers can also catch flights to Majorca from Newcastle from May 2, with departures five times a week.
Brits looking for a bargain can bag a one-way flight from Gatwick to Malaga in March for £14.99pp.
Package holidays are available on all the new routes, and include flights, accommodation, 23kg of hold luggage and transfers on beach breaks.
Trips can be secured with a deposit of just £60pp.
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A seven-night holiday to Rhodes, Greece, in September with flights from Edinburgh is available from £174pp.
A week long stay on the Algarve in Portugal in October with flights from Bristol will set you back £193pp.
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK country manager said: “We are delighted to announce more new routes from the UK for next summer and provide our customers with an even wider range of fantastic beach and city destinations to enjoy.
“We remain committed to strengthening our unrivalled short-haul network and providing more affordable and easy connections to our customers across the UK, by offering low fares and more choice when they travel.”
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