easyJet announces two new routes from Glasgow Airport
23 October 2013
easyJet has today announced two new routes from Glasgow Airport for 2014.
The airline, which carries more Scottish passengers than any other, will serve the Croatian city of Split and the Greek island of Kos next summer.
The Kos service will commence on 5 April and operate twice a week, with the inaugural flight to Split on 22 June.
It is the first time Split has been served from Glasgow Airport and both destinations are now on sale at www.easyjet.com.
Hugh Aitken, easyJet’s Head of Scotland,said: "We are pleased to announce two new destinations from Glasgow airport to compliment the range of routes we already serve.
"We expect to carry thousands of passengers on these routes next summer and offer a range of exciting new holiday options for Scottish holidaymakers.
"From Glasgow holidaymakers can enjoy trips to the cultural, Croatian peninsula of Split and Greek Island of Kos which boasts great food, ancient sites and beaches."