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easyJet to Launch Its Geneva Route

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easyJet airlines has announced the launch of its regular scheduled flights between Prague and Geneva. The new route will be operated from 1 November 2019 three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The carrier will use Airbus A320 for 180 passengers to operate the year-round service to the second largest city in Switzerland. According to Prague Airport’s estimates, up to 48 thousand passengers could use the service a year in both directions. Alongside the announcement of its new route from Prague, easyJet has announced the launch of its flights from Geneva to Aqaba, Jordan.

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