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Easyjet announces new service from Bristol to Red Sea Riviera

Written by  Paul Rollason
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EasyJet is expanding its winter network from Bristol Airport with a new sevice to Hurghada on the Red Sea Riviera, Egypt. Hurghada will be served from October 30 on Wednesdays and Saturday


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