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New Easyjet flights London Gatwick to Turin

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I spotted in the easyjet magazine this week that they are starting to operate flights between London Gatwick and Turin from 15th December 2012.
The flights are on Saturday and Sunday, one flight per day and don't seem bad value, from £58 return in January.
You can currently book up until 24th March, not sure whether they will be running over Easter.
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skichampcouk, pretty sure I've flown on EJ from Gatwick to Turin a few times before. You sure it's new?
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
It was showing as a new destination in July's easyjet magazine when I looked at it this Tuesday flying back from Geneva to Manchester, so I would assume they have resumed the route again if you have flown on it before.
I asked the cabin crew if they knew much about it but they didn't, they usually fly from oop North.

The prices still seem quite reasonable, you can still find return flights for under £90 for New Years week and return flights for under £200 at February half term. Normally on the more established routes the peak weeks fares start expensive and then become extortinate so I would think it has not been a regular destination for a few years.

When did you last fly that route?
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It's also showing up as a new route on the easyjet website.
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