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easyJet Holidays to restart Canary Island breaks

Operating offering holidays from £289 per person

easyJet Holidays has announced that it is resuming holidays to the Canary Islands from November 2 following the government’s announcement that it was being added to the travel corridor list.

Matt Callaghan, easyJet holidays Customer Director, said “With each day getting colder we know just how much people are longing for some sun so we’ve welcomed today’s announcement and we can’t wait to start taking our customers back to the Canary Islands, which are a perfect year-round destination and a firm favourite. We’ve got some fantastic offers from just £289 per person for anyone looking to getaway and beat the winter blues.”

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One of the easyJet holidays offers is seven nights at the four star Coral Los Alisos in Tenerife, Spain on a self-catering basis for £301 per person including flights from Luton airport, 23kg of luggage per person and transfers on December 1, 2020. Book with easyJet holidays at easyjet.com/en/holidays

All easyJet Holidays are covered by the company’s Protection Promise, this includes a refund guarantee, freedom to change a booking, a reduced balance due date, a Best Price Guarantee and deposit refunds should plans change. The firm also said that it has taken 12 days on average to refund passengers whose travel plans have been affected by the pandemic.

Callaghan added: “We want to give our customers peace of mind, which is why we launched our Covid Commitments and our Protection Promise, which lets people book their holidays with the reassurance that if things change they are protected. We’re totally committed to being on our customers’ side and doing the right thing, always.”

easyJet holidays Covid Commitments can be found here
easyJet holidays’ Protection Promise can be found here

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Sam Ballard is a director and co-founder of Waterfront Publishing, creator of ABTA Magazine, Cruise Adviser, Solus and more.