first_img RelatedEdinburgh Airport bucks Scottish trendFigures for January revealed 3.9 per cent passenger growth at Edinburgh, while Glasgow flight numbers dropped.Aer Lingus joins Bulgarian boomAer Lingus is set to tap into the growing market for Bulgarian flight routes.Lyon Saint-Exupery welcomes easyJetLow-cost carrier easyJet has unveiled its new base at Lyon Saint-Exupery airport. France has seen its status cemented as a popular flight location with a host of new low cost routes getting under way.British carrier easyJet has announced plans for four-times-weekly services from Bristol to Biarritz, launching the service alongside two other Bristol routes – to Olbia in Sardinia and Split in Croatia, expecting to carry as many as 47,000 passengers on the three routes by next April.Meanwhile, rival low cost carrier Ryanair is also targeting the south-west of France, but is offering Stansted travellers a Mediterranean destination instead in the form of Beziers, planning to launch the service in June alongside flights to the Italian city of Rimini.Flybe has also increased its French focus of late with a new four-times-weekly Paris-Guernsey route, adding to the Channel Islands flights it is planning to run between Paris and Jersey.Low cost carriers are not however alone in ramping up their French services: British Airways has also increased its French flights from London City, adding to the recent launch of its Nice route with a second daily flight to the city, starting in September.Looking to go beyond competition on UK-France routes, Ryanair has recently launched into unknown territory by entering the French domestic flight market, leading off with a Paris-Marseille service.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more