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easyJet opens a ‘new base’ creating ‘hundreds of jobs’

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easyJet has opened up a “new base” in the UK at London Southend airport in Essex which will see new flight routes being created to Tunisia and Turkey.

The new base will open in March 2025 and three aircraft will be based at London Southend.

London Southend said the new move is “indicative of demand from people in East Anglia.”

Johan Lundgren, the chief executive of EasyJet, said, “We are delighted to be announcing another three-aircraft base in the UK.

“This will create hundreds of jobs and provide more choice for consumers with new routes and package holidays.”

John Upton, the chief executive of London Southend Airport, said, “This move is indicative of the demand from people in the east of London, Essex and the wider East Anglia region who now have greater opportunities to choose to travel through our well connected, quick and easy airport.

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