easyJet has a new affordable route between Portugal and Cape Verde – NiT

easyJet introduces a fresh inexpensive route between Portugal and Cape Verde

You can now start envisioning the paradisiacal beaches of Sal Island. The flights commence only in October, but the tickets are already on sale.

Crystal-clear water, amazing beaches, warm temperatures, and paradisiacal landscapes: all of this is part of a great holiday in Cape Verde. However, the African island offers more than just picturesque scenes. You will also find salt flats, where you can float in the salty waters, and sand dunes that house a natural pool. All of this is now more accessible thanks to the new easyJet route that was inaugurated this Wednesday, May 8, to Sal Island.

The new route marks the company’s debut in West Africa. The first flight from Lisbon will take place on October 29. From Porto, the inaugural flight will depart a day later, on October 30.

The flights will have four weekly frequencies on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in Lisbon. From Porto, you can only travel on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tickets are already on sale and prices start at 83.99€. There are 50,000 seats available.

easyJet is a British low-cost airline headquartered in Luton, United Kingdom. Currently, it flies to over 137 destinations in 34 countries and has more than 300 aircraft. The company has 26 bases at airports throughout Europe and its main competitor is Ryanair.

It arrived in Portugal in 1998, where it operates from three bases (Lisbon, Porto, and Faro). It is the second largest airline presence in the country.

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