- easyJet has revealed low summer fares still available with seats to a range of destinations across Europe from just £22.99* – and how to find the lowest fares on offer
- A range of free services is available to help customers plan, book and travel including a new dedicated hotline for young families and ‘Twilight’ bag drop to save time and check in bags the night before an early morning flight.
- A team of easyJet ‘Helping Hands’ will be at key UK airports to provide additional assistance to customers travelling this summer
London, UK, 2022-Aug-11 — /Travel PR News/ — easyJet has revealed the low last-minute fares still to be had and how to find them, as well as its travel tips for holidaymakers and the free services available to ensure customers have the help they need to plan, book and travel this summer.
Finding the best fares
easyJet’s Low Fare Finder tool on easyJet.com helps customers search for the lowest fares across easyJet’s entire network, allowing them to plan their next holiday at a bargain price. It can be used to find the lowest fares for a specific route or just to find inspiration of where to explore next on a budget. With just a few clicks Low Fare Finder helps customers search across multiple departure airports on thousands of routes to Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Customers can simply select when and where they’d like to go, with the lowest available fares then displayed at a glance.
Over a quarter of seats available for this summer are currently under £50, with great deals still to be had in August for those looking to book a last-minute getaway, including:
- London Gatwick to Copenhagen, Edinburgh and Inverness from £27.99, Dubrovnik from £30.99, Bari and Ibiza from £33.99 and Kos from £34.99*
- London Luton to Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca from £26.99, Pula, Malaga for £29.99, and Venice from £35.99*
- Bristol to Edinburgh and Glasgow from £22.99, Faro from £28.99 and Mykonos from £37.99*
- Manchester to Bordeaux from £25.99, Newquay from £26.99, Kos and Palma de Mallorca from £26.99 and Alicante and Corfu from £38.99*
- Liverpool to Belfast and the Isle of Man from £22.99, Barcelona from £26.99 and Faro and Palma de Mallorca from £35.99*
- Edinburgh to Kefalonia from £30.99, Rhodes and Corfu from £39.99*
- Glasgow to Belfast from £22.99, Pula from £24.99 and Chania from £26.99, Jersey from £32.99 and Marseille from £41.99*
- Belfast to Nice from £22.99, London Luton and London Stanstead from £26.99 and Bordeaux, Palma de Mallorca, Mahon, London Gatwick, Paris-Charles de Gaulle from £32.99*
Download the easyJet app
Plan a trip, manage a booking, check in, and obtain real-time updates on a flight – the award-winning easyJet app is designed to ensure travellers have a smooth journey from start to finish making it the ideal travel companion to make the most of your trip and is packed with advice and tools like live flight Information, gate alerts and an easy way to manage your booking. easyJet’s Flight Tracker tool, available on the app as well as online, provides real-time flight information direct from the airline’s operations control centre.
Bag a quicker journey through the airport
easyJet’s free Twilight Bag Drop service at London Gatwick, Bristol and Manchester allows customers on early morning flights to drop their hold bags off the evening before they fly, saving time for their journey through the airport by skipping bag drop and heading straight to security on their morning of travel.
easyJet also offers a range of free luggage options for families travelling with young children, such as a free baby changing bag for infants and for every infant or child travelling, customers can bring up to two items free of charge to go into the hold including travel cots, pushchairs, buggies, car seats, collapsible or non-collapsible prams, booster seats and/or baby back carriers. These can be checked in for free at bag drop or if customers need to use any of these to get to the gate they’ll be collected before boarding their flight to collect at the baggage carousel on arrival. Infants with booked seats and children over two years old also have the same cabin bag and hold luggage allowance as adults.
And customers who need help choosing the right bag for the trip can use easyJet’s AR cabin bag sizer via the easyJet app which uses augmented reality technology, enabling customers to scan their bag to ensure it’s the right size.
Need help or advice?
easyJet has a range of services in place to provide additional help to customers on the day of travel including special assistance for those who require it and has recently launched a range of new initiatives to provide extra support to customers flying this summer. The airline has invested in more customer service staff than ever before – recruiting an additional 350 call centre staff and opening a new call centre in Milan – and has extended customer service opening hours to serve passengers from early morning to late at night, with advisors now available every day from 6am – 11pm. A dedicated family hotline for young families travelling this summer is also now available, supported by a team with expertise in family travel. A team of ‘Helping Hands’ have been introduced at key UK airports to provide additional assistance to customers alongside ground crew and you’ll find them at London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh this summer.
Ali Gayward easyJet’s UK Country Manager, commented:
“Delivering a reliable operation this summer and providing a positive experience and the help our customers need when we take them away on their holidays is easyJet’s highest priority. Whether customers are already booked or want to take advantage of the great value fares still to be had for a last-minute getaway, we are working hard to ensure our customers have the help they need to plan, book and travel with us this summer.”
easyJet serves 22 UK airports, offering over 461 routes to over 133 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 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.
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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.
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