UK budget carrier EasyJet is adding four routes to its London Gatwick network, comprising Larnaca in Cyprus, the Italian city of Naples, Dubrovnik in Croatia and Santorini in Greece.

London Luton-headquartered EasyJet will serve Larnaca four times weekly from 31 March. Daily Naples and four weekly Dubrovnik frequencies will begin on 1 May, to be joined by thrice-weekly Santorini flights on 3 May.

EasyJet regional general manager for the UK David Osborne says: "EasyJet has grown dramatically at Gatwick over the last few years. Today's announcement will further strengthen our position at Gatwick which is our biggest single airport base."

The route additions take EasyJet to a total of 71 destinations from Gatwick.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news