easyJet has opened its 27th base in Europe at Venice Marco Polo Airport. The decision is part of a strengthening of the airline’s Italian strategy which, alongside the new base in Venice, sees expansion at Milan Malpensa and Naples during 2016. Carolyn McCall, CEO of easyJet and Frances Ouseley, easyJet’s Italy Director, celebrated during a ceremony attended by the President of Marco Polo Airport, Enrico Marchi. The airline unveiled an aircraft with a special livery featuring one of Venice’s iconic gondolas that will help to promote the city across the 32 countries easyJet flies to. To celebrate the new base,
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