easyJet has today celebrated the launch of its new direct service from Bristol to Rovaniemi in Finland providing customers in the South West with the opportunity to book a magical Christmas break this year.
easyJet can also announce today that it has added additional flying on its Paris routes from Bristol providing an extra 12,000 seats. On sale today the extra flights will be popular with those looking for a city break over the February half term period.
The first flight departed from Bristol to Lapland at 1530 and flights will now operate twice a week throughout the winter season providing more families with the opportunity to reunite with Father Christmas and Rudolph for the first time since 2019.
It’s not too late to book a last-minute festive break with fares starting from just £27.99* per person until 6th January 2023.
Rovaniemi is in the heartland of Lapland, where globetrotters will be able to enjoy magical experiences from exploring Santa’s village to reindeer sledging and gazing at the Northern Lights, making it an unforgettable festive getaway!
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager said:
“We are delighted to be celebrating the launch of our new services from Bristol to Rovenhiemi further strengthening our UK network and providing more opportunity for our customers across the South West to book a festive getaway over the Christmas period.”
Rupert Lawrie, Commercial Director, Bristol Airport said about flights to Lapland:
“It was exciting to welcome customers travelling on the inaugural easyJet flights to Lapland. To see families and especially children’s excited faces looking forward to flying off to see Father Christmas and all the various activities waiting for them in Lapland, was priceless.
“We are also delighted with the additional flights by easyJet to both Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly airports being added to the flight programme in response to increased demand in the region. Bristol Airport is one of only a few airports in the UK to serve both Paris airports and offers great choice for both business and leisure passengers.”