easyJet puts summer 2017 flights on sale

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easyJet, a UK-based regional airline, has put its summer flights on sale for 2017 with a record number of flights and routes available for travel between June 26 and September 24, 2017.

Following the announcement, over 24 million seats have gone on sale, with more than 13.7 million seats on sale to and from the UK alone on over 80,000 flights. As per the schedule, over 140,000 flights will be operated across easyJet’s network between June 26 and September 24, 2017- including the summer holiday period.

Travellers are offered low fares on a number of routes, including: Bristol to Vienna with fares starting from GBP23.49; Liverpool to Alicante from GBP22.49; Liverpool to Barcelona from GBP19.49; Glasgow to Alicante from GBP28.49; Newcastle to Alicante from GBP22.49; Belfast to Faro from GBP31.49; Belfast to Paris Charles de Gaulle from GBP19.49; Manchester to Hamburg from GBP19.49; London Gatwick to Madrid from GBP29.49; London Gatwick to Mahon from GBP29.49 and London Luton to Amsterdam from GBP25.49. Fares are applicable per person, one way, based on two people travelling on the same booking. Flights are on sale at www.easyjet.com until September 24.

Sophie Dekkers, easyJet’s UK director, said: ‘We’re really pleased to be putting our flights for summer 2017 on sale today. We recently released flights for Spring 2017 and now our passengers can look forward to more low fares to their favourite European destinations for next summer.

‘We have a number of exciting destinations to choose from for those looking to jet off on holiday and passengers travelling for business can also take advantage of our regular and convenient flight times to major city airports across our network.

‘We’re always looking to make travel as easy as possible for our passengers and our mobile app is designed to do just that. Passengers can search, and book flights in a matter of seconds and when it comes to payment, using Apple Pay is the fastest way to check out.’

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