- Flights for easyJet’s autumn 2023 schedule are now on sale with seats to over 120 destinations from the UK available to book between 1 October and 30 November 2023 including October Half Term
- Seats are available to book at easyJet.com and via the mobile app from £22.99*
London, UK, 2022-Dec-11 — /Travel PR News/ — easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, has announced its flights for autumn 2023 are now on sale and available to book today (DECEMBER 08 2022). Seats across tens of thousands of easyJet flights between 1 October and 30 November 2023, including October Half Term, are now available to book at low fares, across the entire Europe network, at easyJet.com and via the Mobile App.
easyJet serves 21 UK airports, offering over 463 routes to over 120 destinations from the UK to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa with low fares available to book now including:
- London Gatwick to Hamburg and Innsbruck from £28.99* and Madrid from £29.99*
- London Luton to Ibiza, Lyon and Menorca from £22.99*
- Bristol to Geneva from £23.99*, Madrid and Porto from £26.99*
- Manchester to Zakynthos and Rhodes from £22.99* and Bodrum from £24.99*
- Liverpool to Barcelona, Nice and Amsterdam from £22.99*
- Edinburgh to Rhodes from £24.99*, Madrid and Porto from £26.99*
- Glasgow to Paris from £24.99*, Barcelona and Venice from £26.99*
- Belfast to Paris from £22.99*, Ibiza and Alicante from £24.99*
To book or discover more about easyJet’s UK network, visit easyJet.com.
Notes to editors
*Flights one way per person including taxes
easyJet is Europe’s leading airline offering a unique and winning combination of the best route network connecting Europe’s primary airports, with great value fares and friendly service.
easyJet flies on more of Europe’s most popular routes than any other airline and carried more than 96 million passengers in 2019 – more than 16 million travelling for business. The airline has over 300 aircraft on nearly 1000 routes to more than 150 airports across 35 countries. Over 300 million Europeans live within one hour’s drive of an easyJet airport.
easyJet aims to be a good corporate citizen, employing people on local contracts in eight countries across Europe in full compliance with national laws and recognising their trade unions. The airline supports several local charities and has a corporate partnership with UNICEF which has raised over £16m for the most vulnerable children since it was established in 2012.
The airline joined the UN-backed Race to Zero in November 2021 and has published its roadmap to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, with a focus on new technology and the ultimate ambition to achieve zero carbon emission flying across its entire fleet, which the airline is working on together with its partners including Airbus, Rolls-Royce, GKN Aerospace, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions and Wright Electric. The roadmap also features a combination of fleet renewal, operational efficiencies, airspace modernisation, Sustainable Aviation Fuel and carbon removal technology. Additionally, it includes an interim carbon emissions intensity reduction target of 35% by 2035. Since 2000, the airline has already reduced its carbon emissions per passenger, per kilometre by one-third through continued fleet renewal, efficient operations and aiming to fill most of its seats.
Innovation is in easyJet’s DNA – since launching over 25 years ago, easyJet changed the way people fly to the present day where the airline leads the industry in digital, web, engineering and operational