EasyJet will add 14 new routes across its European network this spring as it takes delivery of nine A319s. It also will convert its bases in Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow to all-Airbus operations, replacing its current fleet of 737s in a move signifying its "commitment to future investment and expansion." It will operate 116 A319s by this summer. The new routes are Geneva-Palma Mallorca (thrice-weekly from April 25), Lisbon-London Luton (daily from March 1), Lisbon-Milan Malpensa (daily ...

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