easyJet launches new domestic routes from Birmingham Airport

New flights and more seats made available for domestic market.

easyJet has put two new domestic flights and more seats from Birmingham on sale to serve demand for domestic travel. The flights will provide customers in the Midlands with more opportunity to reconnect with friends and family across the country or book a long-awaited break and explore more of the UK this summer.

The airline has also put thousands of additional seats on sale on its existing route from Birmingham to Belfast International from 3rd July, operating six times a week.

Flights are now on sale at easyJet.com with fares available from just £22.99.

Ali Gayward, ’s UK Country Manager, commented: “We know our customers can’t wait to be reunited with friends and family or have more opportunity to explore the UK so the new routes from Birmingham should prove popular and will further strengthen our UK domestic network providing customers with even more choice.

“We also know it is important to our customers to be reunited with loved ones overseas so we continue to urge the UK government to add more countries to the Green list – which can be done safely – to make this possible.

“We continue to have some of the most flexible policies currently in place so customers can book with confidence and change their plans if they need to, making travel as easy as possible this summer.”

Nick Barton, CEO of Birmingham Airport said: “It is great news that easyJet is offering twice weekly flights to Jersey and Newquay from Birmingham Airport for summer 2021. Newquay and Jersey do not fall under the government traffic light system as they are both classed as domestic within the common travel area, giving ease and flexibility for those needing to holiday or travel for business. These domestic summer sun routes complement the existing Belfast International, Edinburgh and Glasgow services that easyJet currently offers from Birmingham and we’re pleased that this valued airline customer is expanding its operation for Midlanders.”