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EasyJet will operate two new routes from Nice Airport starting next June. Passengers will be able to fly to Faro, Portugal, from June 9, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Of particular interest to business travellers, the low-cost airline will offer flights to Switzerland’s financial capital, Zurich, from June 10. This service will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. EasyJet has been the dominant carrier at Nice Airport for some time, after pushing Air France from first place.
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Air Canada has announced it will be doubling the number of seats currently available on it’s Nice-Montreal route. The airline is replacing the Air Canada Rouge planes with Air Canada Airbus, which will also be flying one extra day per week. The expanded direct service, which will increase from four to five flights per week, […]
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An easyJet flight from Nice to Geneva was aborted while taxiing for take-off on Tuesday afternoon after the pilot noticed a person taking photographs of the aircraft.
The photographer turned out to be an airport employee who had a relative on the flight, the airline said later. Police carried out security checks on the aircraft before it was cleared for take-off two hours after its original time slot of 4:55 pm.
EasyJet apologised for any inconvenience to passengers. One passenger decided to take a later flight.