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Gatwick airport will start offering flights to Amman in Jordan for the first time, after Easyjet announced it would start flying six new routes.
Flights to the Jordanian capital will start next June, although timetables have not yet been confirmed.
The no-frills carrier will also start flights to Izmir in Turkey, Verona and Bologna in Italy, Seville in Spain and Aberdeen in Scotland.
While start dates for the new routes have not yet been announced, they are all due to start between March and June 2010.
The expansion at Gatwick will see Easyjet base an additional three aircraft at the airport, bringing the total to 46.
Easyjet has already launched 18 new routes this year, pushing Gatwick airport towards its growth target of serving 40 million passengers per year by 2018. It currently serves 32.5 million a year.
By the end of 2010 Easyjet’s passenger numbers at Gatwick will have risen by 10%, compared to 2009.