Flights on sale: Book a flight with easyJet today and save money.
With the easyJet fall sale, flights to Europe are on sale, and Britons might get a great deal.
Today is the first day of easyJet’s autumn sale.
There are almost one million low-cost seats available to destinations all around Europe.
Nearly 100,000 flights are discounted by up to 20% during the event.
For travel between October 2021 and September 2022, Britons must book by September 14th.
Package holidays are also available for up to £200 discount during the sale.
Customers will receive a £100 discount on vacations above £700 and a £200 discount on vacations over $2,000.
“We are incredibly excited to be putting on our flights for autumn 2021 on sale today and have some very great offers we hope passengers will take advantage of,” Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, said.
“Our autumn sale will provide more options for our UK consumers to reunite with friends and family across Europe.
“We will continue to focus on strengthening our network while also offering customers more options, fantastic value rates, and unmatched customer service.”
There are some wonderful possibilities for a European holiday in the autumn sale.
The cheapest flight from Gatwick to Malaga costs £14.50.
The price from Manchester to Tenerife is similarly £14.50.
The cheapest flight from Luton to Lisbon is £16.99.
The cost of flying from Bristol to Faro is £14.50, while from Gatwick to Paphos is £24.10.
The airline has put some protections in place for vacationers traveling during the Covid season.
Customers will be able to alter their flights up to two hours before departure without incurring a change fee.
Customers can transfer to any flight on sale up until the end of September 2022, as well as any other destination on the airline’s network, with no restrictions on dates or destinations.
Customers will be able to change locations at the last minute if travel restrictions change.
Customers can also access affordable testing through easyJet’s partnerships with certified testing companies across Europe, including PCR tests starting at £43 if needed.