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The first easyJet flights were between London and Glasgow and London and Edinburgh. As Sir Stelios expanded his company's operation, most notably with the establishment of a Swiss-based branch, the airline increased its number of destinations and now flies to over 32 countries around the globe. The UK and Europe remain one of the company's busiest and most popular market.

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As one of the world's most affordable airlines, easyJet is popular with business travellers and holidaymakers. Its international and domestic flights cover over 700 routes and passengers enjoy a value for money service. easyJet flights are an inspired choice whether you're planning a short break in Spain or a visit to Germany for business. The airline's UK base is at Luton and it has 24 other sites throughout Europe. However, its biggest operation is most certainly at Gatwick Airport. Over 11,000 people are employed by the airline, with the majority of employees based in the UK. The company's bright orange logo is recognised all over the world and it stands for:

  • Affordable air travel
  • Straightforward, no frills service
  • Access to cheap flights for everyone
  • No hidden extras

Along with easyJet Switzerland, the airline currently has over 200 planes in use, most of which are Airbus 319s. The company also has a number of Boeing 707-300s which are used for longer flights. It is Europe's second busiest airline in passenger terms coming a close second to Ryanair. When you book easyJet flights you can count on a straightforward transaction and you will often find bargain fares to holiday destinations like Cyprus, Spain and France. Those flying back to the UK can also take advantage of flights to United Kingdom from destinations in Europe, Asia and north Africa including the major European capitals.

easyJet continues to offer its clients an affordable basic service. It keeps costs down by not providing extras like in-flight snacks and meals. The airline is a great choice for last minute breaks and there are easyJet flights to many popular holiday destinations all year round.

easyjet Fleet: 189 aircraft + 7 On Order

easyjet Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A319 Airbus A319-100 146
Airbus A320 Airbus A320-200 43

easyjet in-flight services and entertainment:

easyjet baggage (allowance, excess fees):

Hub: easyjet operates mainly from Zlin airport (GTW).

Full Name: easyJet Airline Company Limited

Founded on: 18-10-1995

Fleet Age (years): 4.1

Main Routes



Trip dates

Flight London - Geneva £22 19 March
Flight London - Amsterdam £22 13 March
Flight Liverpool - Belfast £34 19 August
Flight Belfast - Liverpool £40 02 March
Flight London - Barcelona £22 08 March
Flight London - Malaga £26 13 March
Flight London - Berlin £24 06 March
Flight London - Nice £22 08 March
Flight London - Alicante £28 30 April

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Airport codes


Trip dates

Flight London Inverness LON - INV £75 10 to 19 August
Flight Inverness London INV - LON £54 04 to 11 March
Flight London Stuttgart LGW - STR £85 10 to 12 March
Flight London Reykjavik Iceland LON - REK £123 24 September to 06 October
Flight London Edinburgh STN - EDI £66 05 to 06 March
Flight London Verona LON - VRN £98 04 to 07 March
Flight Liverpool Isle of Man LPL - IOM £72 04 to 11 March
Flight London Split LON - SPU £59 14 August
Flight London Edinburgh LGW - EDI £103 10 to 12 March
Flight London Split LON - SPU £62 13 August
Flight London Verona LON - VRN £86 04 to 11 March
Flight Belfast Bordeaux BFS - BOD £54 23 August
Flight London Santander STN - SDR £101 22 to 27 October
Flight London Zurich LTN - ZRH £56 12 to 24 April
Flight Belfast Alicante BFS - ALC £99 04 to 11 March

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easyjet (U2/EZY)

easyJet was founded by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou in 1995 and has grown into the UK's biggest airline in terms of passengers. It was one of the first budget airlines and its aim was to make affordable air travel accessible to everybody.