easyJet Heathrow fares ‘to be 30 per cent less’  

easyJet has said customers should expect a 30 per cent fall in fares on UK and European routes when the carrier launches from HeathroweasyJet expects to begin serving UK and European cities from Heathrow from 2026, if the third runway is built.

The airline says this will allow it to serve destinations such as Belfast International, Jersey, Naples and Bordeaux which are not currently served from Heathrow. 

According to easyJet UK director Sophie DekkereasyJet fares from Gatwick to Amsterdam are currently 148 per cent cheaper than Heathrow’s, while fares to Milan are 70 per cent lower.  

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