- 90,000 additional seats are now on sale from the UK to some of Europe’s most popular ski and beach destinations
- Brits looking for a last chance Easter ski break can take advantage of more seats now available to Geneva, Innsbruck, and Salzburg
- Flights are now available to book at easyJet.com and via the mobile app from just £20.99*
London, UK, 2022-Feb-18 — /Travel PR News/ — Europe’s leading airline easyJet has put around 90,000 extra seats on sale to some of Europe’s most popular ski and beach destinations, delivering good news for Brits planning their Easter and summer getaways this year. UK customers now have more flights from London Gatwick, London Luton, Bristol, Manchester, and Liverpool to choose from with low fares starting from just £22.99 to Geneva, £26.99 to Salzburg, £20.99 to Faro, and £25.99 to Alicante.
For families and friends looking to hit the slopes before the end of the season, 50,000 of the additional seats are on flights departing to a selection of popular ski destinations including Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon, Salzburg, and Sofia, from across a selection of UK airports, including over the Easter break.
And for those seeking summer sun, extra seats are on sale to some of Europe’s top beach resorts which no longer require testing for fully-vaccinated UK visitors, including Faro in Portugal, Barcelona and Malaga in Spain starting from just £20.99. 20,000 additional seats are available from Liverpool to destinations including Spain, Portugal, Turkey and Cyprus and 6000 additional seats are on sale from Manchester to Malaga for this summer.
Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, said:
“We are delighted to be adding even more seats to our summer 2022 schedule, so that we can provide our customers in the UK with even more choice to enjoy to some of Europe’s best ski, beach, and city destinations, just in time to book an Easter break to look forward to.
“We know that so many people have missed being able to holiday over the last two years and so it is a priority for many UK consumers. With low fares from just £20.99, hundreds of fantastic destinations to choose from, and many no longer requiring testing restrictions, now is a great time to book with easyJet.
“We are excited about our plans for next summer, which should see us return to near 2019 levels of flying and we can’t wait to welcome our customers back onboard.”
Lower fares are now available to book at easyJet.com and via the mobile app, including:
- London Gatwick to Geneva from £24.99, Faro and Salzburg from £26.99, Glasgow and Innsbruck from £22.99 and Lyon from £24.99
- London Luton to Geneva from £22.99
- Bristol to Geneva from £22.99
- Birmingham to Geneva from £24.99
- Liverpool to Malaga from £22.99, Alicante from £25.99, Barcelona and Faro from £20.99, Belfast and Geneva from £22.99
- Manchester to Malaga £24.99, Geneva from £22.99
easyJet is operating more seats to European test-free destinations from the UK than any other airline now countries including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Germany, France, and Switzerland have removed testing for the fully vaccinated.
easyJet serves 18 UK airports, offering over 443 routes to over 110 destinations from the UK to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. To discover more about easyJet’s UK network and to book, visit easyJet.com.
To book flights or for more information visit www.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 £14m for the most vulnerable children since it was established in 2012.
The airline takes sustainability seriously and is committed to reaching net-zero carbon emissions flying by 2050. Together with its partners, including Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions and Wright Electric, easyJet is working to accelerate the development of zero-emission aircraft technology. In the meantime, the airline is offsetting the carbon emissions from the fuel used for all its flights, at no additional cost to its customers, and only supports projects that are certified by Gold Standard or the Verified Carbon Standard, internationally recognised certification schemes. In addition, easyJet continues to renew its fleet, operate efficiently, and aims to fill most of its seats. Since 2000, over a 20-year period, the airline reduced its carbon emissions per passenger, per kilometre by over one-third, and aims to bring this down further.
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 innovations to make travel more easy and affordable for its passengers.
The airline was named as Britain’s Most Admired Company of 2020 in the transport sector, retaining the leading position for a second year running. Britain’s Most Admired Companies study is the longest-running annual survey of corporate reputation in the UK.