EASYJET, the first low cost airline to fly to the Balearics, yesterday unveiled plans to further boost its operations in the region this spring and summer with new routes and increased services. Over the next few months, easyJet will be opening its new routes from Ibiza to Geneva and Milan while it has also decided to make a move into Minorca with a new services from Liverpool to Mahon. Its Palma to Berlin route is going to re-open in April after a winter break and easyJet will be offering seven flights per week on the route with prices starting at 30.99 euros. The Liverpool to Minorca service will take off on July 22 and is expected to open Minorca to a new British market. EasyJet already flies into the Balearics from Berlin, London, Dortmund, Basil, Geneva, Bristol, Newcastle and Belfast and the low cost airline is one of the top ten international airlines operating in and out of Palma airport. Last year easyJet, Europe's leading low cost operator, carried over 30 million passengers.


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