easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, has today put its spring flights on sale for 2017 with a record number of flights and routes available for passengers to book now.
Over 138,780 additional flights are set to take flight across easyJet’s network between 26th March and 25th June 2017 – including the Easter and May half term periods – providing seats for more than 23.5million passengers. Of these, more than 16.1 million additional seats are now on sale to and from the UK alone on just over 94,870 flights.
Seats are now on sale at www.easyjet.com and customers can look forward to low fares on a number of routes, such as:
Bristol to Vienna from £27.49*
Belfast to Paris Charles de Gaulle from £26.49*
Edinburgh to Amsterdam from £32.49*
Manchester to Hamburg from £26.49*
London Gatwick to Belfast from £28.49*
London Luton to Barcelona from £32.49*
*Fares per person, one way, based on two people travelling on the same booking. To book flights or for more information visit www.easyJet.com
Sophie Dekkers, easyJet’s UK Director, said:
“We’re really pleased to be putting our flights for spring 2017 on sale today, where our passengers can look forward to more low fares to their favourite European destinations.
“For those looking to jet off on holiday, we have a number of exciting destinations to choose from – whether you’re looking for a beach break or an active adventure, we really do have something for everyone.
“Passengers travelling for business can also take advantage of our regular and convenient flight times to major city airports across our network.
“We’re always looking to make travel as easy as possible for our passengers and our mobile app is designed to do just that. Passengers can search and book flights in a matter of seconds, and when it comes to payment, using Apple Pay is the fastest way to checkout.
“Our app also enables passengers to get live flight tracking and updates direct from our Operations Control Centre, download their boarding passes straight to their mobile phone – and for those travelling from Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick and Newcastle, you’ll be able to get real-time, personalised notifications that directly inform you when you need to go to the gate or which baggage reclaim belt to head for.”
easyJet has bases across 11 UK airports and flies more than 830 routes on its network across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
easyJet Holidays (www.easyjet.com/holidays) has also gone on sale for the same period, with early booking discounts of £45 off bookings of 5 nights or more (full T&C’s below). The huge range of holidays on offer includes value for money 3 star hotels, good quality four star hotels and 5 star luxury – all very competitively priced and ATOL protected.
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