easyJet Puts Tickets On Sale For Spring 2021

Since air travel might be minimal in 2020, easyJet is preparing for the forthcoming year. It has put its flights for next spring on sale. This release will give customers more options to customise their travel plans for next year that were initially disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic. They will be able to rebook for May next year. 

Customers can move bookings without extra fees

The flights that have gone on sale cover April 19th to May 4th next year. Customers will be given the flexibility to move existing bookings to the above mentioned period without any extra fees being applied. Over 28,000 flights in easyJet’s network will provide five million seats allowing passengers to head out on an early summer holiday. 


Ali Gayward, UK country manager, easyJet said: “We know many people’s summer holiday plans have been disrupted this year and so we’ve taken the decision to put the start of summer 2021 on sale early so our customers can either book a new break or, if they are rearranging their travel plans, have even more dates and destinations to choose from.”

Also Read: IATA: Social Distancing Onboard Will Increase Air Ticket Costs


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