EasyJet is a British airline and one of Europe’s largest airlines and is the second largest low-cost airline on the continent.
EasyJet is part of easyGroup and has two subsidiaries: easyJet Europe and easyJet Switzerland.
- London Luton Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Barcelona Airport, Berlin Schönefeld Airport, Berlin Tegel Airport, Belfast International Airport, Bordeaux Airport, Bristol Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport, Lisbon Airport, Liverpool Airport, London Southend Airport, London Stansted Airport, Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, Manchester Airport, Milan Malpensa Airport, Naples Airport, Newcastle Airport, Nice Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport, Paris Orly Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Porto Airport, Toulouse Blagnac Airport and Venice Airport
EasyJet was founded in 1995 by the Greek Cypriot businessman Stelios Haji-Ioannou. In 1998 the airline extended their operation to Switzerland and took a stake in EasyJet Switzerland which was formerly known as TEA Switzerland. In 2017, just after the Brexit referendum, easyJet launched the European subsidiary easyJet Europe.
- EasyJet is the second largest low-cost airline in Europe.
- Easyjet is developing an electric plane in cooperation with Wright Electric.
Passengers traveling with easyJet can take one piece of hand baggage with them onboard the aircraft. EasyJet Plus passengers or passengers traveling with a flex-ticket or passengers that bought an extra-legroom seat can take an additional personal item with them onboard. Checked baggage can be booked for an additional fee. Please consult website EasyJet for more information.
EasyJet has no Wi-Fi onboard their aircraft but will start a trial on a couple of aircraft based in Geneva in the near future.
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