Airline Easyjet has unveiled a new all orange plane based at Newcastle - the Airbus A320.
The model was shown off at Newcastle International Airport ahead of its inaugural flight to Belfast as the firm also9 launched a znew route to Amsterdam.
Easyjet’s UK Commercial Manager, Hugh Aitken said: “By having more seats it’s going to be great for our new routes, such as that to Amsterdam, and it’s a real sign of confidence of how the North East is going.”
South Tyneside Council Leader, Iain Malcolm said: “It is a tremendous vote of confidence in Newcastle Airport by one of the leading airlines.
“It demonstrates the importance of securing additional flights for people, with this impressive new model.”
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