Just received this e-mail from Easyjet. How disappointing:
Generally speaking, new schedules are released two to three months before the end of the existing schedule. The exact date is dependent on confirmation of flight slots from the relevant air traffic control authorities.
This winter's schedule which runs from October to March was released in August, therefore most of the flights are now available. If the flight to Corfu is not in timetable it means that for the winter period we will not operate this route.
Message posted by AlexT on 19 August 2008 at 6:57pm - IP Logged
Yes...disappointing but not surprising.
So the man from Easyjet says NO!!!
Janeto"s man was telling porkies or simply just did not know!!!
A shame that a few Xmas flights at least could not have been laid on. They certainly don"t seem to be interested in testing the water even a couple of times a week, though in this current economic climate I suppose it is understandable.
Message posted by Denis O on 19 August 2008 at 7:07pm - IP Logged
It will also be very intersting to see if Eastjet run flights to Corfu next summer. I know that I'm old cynic, but I always felt that what Easyjet really wanted out of the purchase of GB Airways was the slots at Gatwick.
Of course, I'd really happy to be proved wrong (hint, hint)
Message posted by ecotrails on 19 August 2008 at 7:22pm - IP Logged
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