Yorkshire-based men looking to organise a stag weekend in Europe
received a boost today (December 10th) after five new routes were announced for Doncaster Sheffield airport.
Leading budget airline easyJet revealed that it is set to operate flights to Faro, Palma (Majorca) and popular stag party destinations Amsterdam, Barcelona and Prague.
According to the company, there will be 21 departures per week starting from April 2010, with over 300,000 passengers expected to use the new services in the first year.
"easyJet is committed to expansion across the UK regions, providing greater access to our famously low fares and convenient services from your local airport," commented Paul Simmons, UK regional general manager at easyJet.
The Doncaster Sheffield to Amsterdam flights are set to run daily, with travellers able to purchase singles from £24.99, which is the same price as for heading to Barcelona.
However, travellers will not be able to venture to the Spanish city on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, while flights to Prague (starting from £26.99) will depart on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
BMI announced last month that it is set to axe its London-Amsterdam route.