EasyJet Destinations

    EasyJet Airline Company Limited is a British airline headquartered at London Luton Airport. Styled as easyJet, we are Europe's leading airline, operating on more than 600 routes across 30 countries with our fleet comprising of over 200 aircraft. Employing over 8,000 people including 2,000 pilots and 4,500 cabin crew, we serve more 55 million travelers every year. With those very strong numbers and impressive figures, we also offer a combination of convenient airports and wide range of destinations. Our broad appeal across different geographies and customer types is evident from the number of people opting to take an easyJet flight every single day. With a customer base spanning several nationalities, over half of our sales now originate from outside the UK now! EasyJet has a well-established position in key markets such as Gatwick, Milan, Geneva and Paris. Our strength can be measured by the increasing number of travelers that we carry, and the number of domestic and international scheduled flight services that we operate on over 500 routes between 118 European, North African, and West Asian airports. Propelled by consumer demand for low-cost air travel, easyJet has witnessed rapid expansion since its establishment in 1995, having grown through a combination of acquisitions and base openings. We, along with our subsidiary airline EasyJet Switzerland, now operate over 200 aircraft, mostly Airbus A319.

Traveling easyJet


Inflight Entertainment

    EasyJet offers the cheapest air tickets to several destinations within Europe. As such, to keep our costs down, we do not offer in-flight entertainment. However, travelers are welcome to take a free copy of ‘Traveller’, our in-flight magazine, with plenty of information on the destinations we fly to and other interesting articles.
    EasyJet's aircraft cabins are configured in a single class, high-density layout. This helps us keep a simple airport infrastructure and make our business run smoother as well as be more environmentally friendly. This is done through offering one class of service and online check-in facility, and no cargo or transfer facilities. EasyJet’s simple airport requirements need no expensive, energy intensive facilities.
    We do not provide complimentary meals or beverages on board our flights apart for some occasional charter flights operated by us. Travelers may purchase items on board from the ‘easyJet Bistro’ buy on board program. Products include sandwiches, toasted sandwiches, chocolate, snacks, hot drinks, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks. Onboard sales are an important part of the airline's ancillary revenue. The airline also sells gifts such as fragrances, cosmetics, gadgets and easyJet-branded items onboard, as well as tickets for airport transfer services or train tickets.
    Presently, we offer Mezzo for rent on selected flights from Manchester and Gatwick. EasyJet has headphones available to purchase, along with a travel pillow and eyeshades, subject to stock. We also sell copies of Hello, The Times, and The Sunday Times, all at cover price.

Only in the United Kingdom


    There’s no dearth of intrigue and interest in the United Kingdom. Literally filled with exciting sees and dos at every nook and cranny, the UK has many takers from near and far. Some are first-timers while many others are loyalists, but no matter whether it is your first vacation in the country or nth, you are bound to have a great experience in this great nation. Come here to explore some of the finest attractions that are not only popular but fill you up with a sense of goose bumps-inducing intrigue. Visit the United Kingdom for:

1. The Tower of London

    It surely gets the top spot here. A place of history, art and intrigue, the Tower of London has been used as a prison since 1100, and unsurprisingly has fascinating stories to offer. Some very awe-inspiring exhibitions bring the Tower’s most famous and infamous residents to life. Come here for a dekko at the priceless Crown Jewels, the infamous Traitor’s Gate and the ravens.

2. St. Paul’s Cathedral

    An iconic historical structure, this cathedral has witnessed many significant events in Britain’s history. Come and experience more than 1200 years of antiquity, also get a chance to climb the 237 steps to the top of the spectacular Dome. Once there you can discover what makes the Whispering Gallery so special, and then perhaps plunge all the way back down and explore the dark depths of the Crypt.

3. Windermere Boat Cruises, Bowness

    Set within the brilliant beauty of the Lake District National Park, Lake Windermere is a highly famous tourist destination in Cumbria. The United Kingdom’s largest natural lake, Windermere is generously peppered with boats all year round, an ideal way to take in the exceptional surroundings.

4. Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo, Yorkshire

    Not only your kids, but you, too, will have a gala time here. There are rides, a zoo, live entertainment and a variety of restaurants and bars at the Flamingo Land Theme Park. This tourist attraction is suitable for just about everyone.

5. Stonehenge

    These marvelous and mysterious structures form a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge and Avebury. But no one has till date been able to explain what is it with 100% certainty. This element of intrigue is surely enough to draw a crowd, isn’t it?

About easyJet

    We are the United Kingdom’s largest airline operating domestic and international scheduled services on over 500 routes between 118 European, North African, and West Asian airports. With more than 15 strong bases across Europe, the largest being Gatwick, easyJet serves more than 55 million travelers each year. This number increases every year thanks to our selection of a combination of convenient airports and wide range of destinations. Our broader appeal across different geographies and customer types reflects in the fact that over half of our sales now originate from outside the UK. Headquartered at London Luton Airport, the airline employs 8,000 people, based throughout Europe but mainly in the UK. We fulfill the demand for low-cost travel like no one else does. Along with our subsidiary airline EasyJet Switzerland, we are the second-largest low-cost carrier in Europe, behind Ryanair.
    COMETA
    EasyJet’s fleet consists of 146 Airbus A319-100 and 45 Airbus A320-200. In February 2012, easyJet announced it was reviewing the next generation of aircraft from Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier with a decision to be made between June and October 2012.
    Our Benefits
    EasyJet has no frequent flyer program.
    Our Awards
    Some of the awards and accolades in our kitty include:

    1. EasyJet was named winner of the 2011 ‘Best Low-Cost Airline in Europe’ award at the World Airline Awards staged at the Paris Air Show.

    2. EasyJet was awarded a Bronze award in the first Mumsnet Family Friendly Programme Awards in 2011.

    3. EasyJet was named runner-up in the ‘Best Airline Cabin Crew’ award category at the HolidayExtras.com Customers' Awards 2010.

    4. 2010, readers of the leading travel magazine, Business Traveller, voted easyJet the Best Low-Fares Airline for tenth consecutive year.

    5. EasyJet was awarded the prestigious Innovation Award for Air Travel at the 2009 Business Travel Show held in London.

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