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EasyJet London to Biarritz May 2014

speedbird

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Anyone know if EastJet flies London to Biarritz In May 2014. I cannot find a time table on their website. I want to book my flight from USA to connect with them as I have only 35 days off and want to do the whole Camino SJPP to Santiago. Thanks.
 
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NicoZ

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2013
The website only shows summer flights. It might be a seasonal flight. I'd suggest emailing them to ask but I can never find the easyjet email link
 

clairescamino

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frances 2013
The route did not start until mid june this year
I had to use Ryan Air as I travelled from uk in may it was the only flight to Biarritz in May 2013
 
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karenfromcali

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Anyone know if EastJet flies London to Biarritz In May 2014. I cannot find a time table on their website. I want to book my flight from USA to connect with them as I have only 35 days off and want to do the whole Camino SJPP to Santiago. Thanks.


Could be you are looking at London Heathrow where easyjet (according to their website anyway) flies out of London Gatwick and London Stanstead airports. I have found some success from eDreams.net. There is a box on the left that allows you to include budget airlines in your search so they include flights from easyjet and ryanair. Hope this will be of some help.
Buen Camino :)
 
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whariwharangi

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I think Easy Jet only provides seasonal service to Biarritz and flies there from London Gatwick (LGW). I'm not able to find flights on this route (London all airports) for May 2014

The only option is RyanAir which flies from London Stansted (STN).

Your best way ahead is to contact EasyJet ... they will be able to provide more reliable information than you will get here.

I've included Biarritz Airport links.

Biarritz Airport (BIQ)
http://en.biarritz.aeroport.fr/

Airlines flying to BIQ
http://en.biarritz.aeroport.fr/destination/compagnie.html
 
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JohnMcM

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Speedbird,
I very recently booked Ryanair - Stanstead to Biarritz for 24/05/14 so the summer flights are available. I got my tickets after a site search and booking there and then. Go to Ryanair.com.

Good luck.
 

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Hello speedbird,

Welcome to the forum.

Easyjet does not fly from london gatwick to biarritz until july. However ryanair flies from london stansted to biarritz.

Good luck on your planning. Buen camino.
 

speedbird

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Thank you all for your help. I have not booked my flight yet so I don't know if it will be into Heathrow or Gatwick. I have relatives in the UK so will visit them when I have finished in Spain. It looks like it would be RyanAir from Stansted, or the train via Paris. Because most of the flights get to England about mid morning and RyanAir leaves about lunch time it would mean staying the night in England thus losing a full day. I think that I could get a train from London that would get me to Bayonne late evening of the same day that I arrive from the USA. Any thoughts from the wonderful people on this site would be most welcome. Thanks.
 

NicoZ

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2013
Why not fly into Paris or Spain then? I'd even look at the other French airports.

But then I hate the UK security lines and would avoid them at almost any cost.
 
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karenfromcali

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Thank you all for your help. I have not booked my flight yet so I don't know if it will be into Heathrow or Gatwick. I have relatives in the UK so will visit them when I have finished in Spain. It looks like it would be RyanAir from Stansted, or the train via Paris. Because most of the flights get to England about mid morning and RyanAir leaves about lunch time it would mean staying the night in England thus losing a full day. I think that I could get a train from London that would get me to Bayonne late evening of the same day that I arrive from the USA. Any thoughts from the wonderful people on this site would be most welcome. Thanks.

If you are visiting your family on the way back then you may have the option to fly from the US to Toulouse, France which is a major airport. From there you could catch the train into SJPP. About 4 hours. Or fly into Paris then the train down. About 7 1/2 hours. I am also coming in from the US but i would like to see the French countryside so am taking the train from Paris. Happy planning :)
 
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karenfromcali

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Also if you still decide on London you will almost certainly be flying into Heathrow.
 
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whariwharangi

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Thank you all for your help. I have not booked my flight yet so I don't know if it will be into Heathrow or Gatwick. I have relatives in the UK so will visit them when I have finished in Spain. It looks like it would be RyanAir from Stansted, or the train via Paris. Because most of the flights get to England about mid morning and RyanAir leaves about lunch time it would mean staying the night in England thus losing a full day. I think that I could get a train from London that would get me to Bayonne late evening of the same day that I arrive from the USA. Any thoughts from the wonderful people on this site would be most welcome. Thanks.

How critical is it to 'lose a full day'?

My travel started in the AM to catch the flight from Vancouver in the PM. Hours worth of jetlag and time change ... I considered the overnight rest in Stansted to be time well wasted.
 

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