easyJet's new plane at Liverpool airport will mean '350,000 extra visitors'



easyJet is expanding at Liverpool John Lennon Airport in a move that will mean more flights to new destinations – and could create jobs.
The airline plans to base another aircraft at LJLA – the eighth to be based at Speke – from the end of June.
As well as the new Airbus A320, the airline will also upgrade two of its existing A319 aircraft to the A320 model, increasing capacity at the airport even further.
Airport bosses reckon those changes could bring another 350,000 people through the airport every year.
And easyJet will need to have enough cabin crew members to cover eight aircraft... read more

 
28 September 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 41
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