easyJet is a large UK based low-fare airline that was among the first to introduce US-style no frills flights to Europe.
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EasyJet was the first airline to import the low cost airline model into Europe. Since 1995 when easyJet launched with two aircraft and two routes the airline has grown rapidly each year. After acquiring BA Franchise Carrier, GB Airways in 2008, EasyJet now operates 150 aircraft to over 100 destinations. Easyjet is a truly European carrier and specialise in based aircraft which operate a number of destinations form one focus city. Unlike its cheaper – but meaner – rival, Ryanair, easyJet usually flies to major international airports rather than secondary airfields Kilometres from the city centre.
easyJet Low Cost Flights
Easyjet is orange and one of the great success stories of the last decade of European aviation. We have followed its progress since before its birth (when it was possibly going to be called E.C. Jet .) and have enjoyed seeing it succeed beyond anyone’s (including owner, Stelios) wildest dreams. The great thing about EasyJet is that you get what you pay for – not more *, or less.
We are proud to be able to include EasyJet flights on our dynamic booking system and recommend you to try them if you haven’t already. The truth is – unlike its nearest competitor based in Dublin – we think that the more you fly EasyJet the more you will like them and their special style of air travel.
(* this is not always true, when I flew to Madrid for the day with Easyjet on their tenth birthday, I got a free bar of orange flavoured chocolate on the way out and on the way back… way togo !..ed.)
Now retiring its B737 fleet, easyJet is a major operator of Airbus A319/A320 family aircraft with 107 in service and another 188 on order.