Flights on the new route will go on October 11, and the inaugural flight will depart on 26 March 2013.
The service will operate twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
This is the second new route to be announced by easyJet this year.
The airline will start operating its Amsterdam route in December 2012.
easyJet UK commercial manager Hugh Aitken, said: “easyJet currently flies to Jersey from Liverpool, Glasgow and London Southend and the route has had a huge impact on tourism levels both inbound and outbound which is why we were keen to introduce it into more schedules across our UK bases.
easyJet is the largest airline out of Newcastle Airport, where it operates more than 6,800 flights and carries in excess of 900,000 people each year.
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