Tour operator adds capacity for summer departures
EasyJet Holidays, the tour operating division of the budget airline, has added 10 new routes for summer 2021.
Passengers departing from Luton, Bristol, Gatwick, Belfast and Birmingham will all have more choice for European destinations.
The holiday provider is offering packages to five new destinations from Luton with the addition of holidays to Hurghada from £479, Sharm el Sheikh from £285, Larnaca from £379, Santorini and Preveza in Greece.
Holidays to Corfu directly from Belfast have been introduced from £299, while those in the southwest will now be able to book holidays to Santorini from £419 and Mykonos from £373 this summer which are now on sale from Bristol.
The new routes also include packages from Birmingham to Amsterdam from just £215 per person.
Brand new holidays will also be available to Bulgaria with the introduction of direct flights and holidays to Bourgas from London Gatwick.
As well as being an ABTA member, all easyJet holidays are ATOL protected. Customers booking through trade partners can enjoy flexible booking options, such as the ability to change their holiday up to 28 days before departure.
Paul Bixby, easyJet holidays commercial director, said “We know that people are desperate to go on holiday again once it’s safe to do so, so we’re really pleased to be launching ten new holiday routes from UK airports, directly and through our trade partners, for holidays this coming summer.
“Some of our firm favourites are now available to even more of our customers at unbeatable prices, and we’re especially excited to launch brand new holidays to Sunny Beach in Bulgaria, as well as launching our first holidays to Amsterdam from Birmingham.
“We know there is nervousness around travel right now, but our customers can rest assured that we offer ultimate flexibility, if their plans change.
“We’re really excited to work on these new holiday launches with our trade partners, who have shown us incredible support, and we can’t wait to start taking people away on their well-earned breaks once again.”