easyJet launches five day Autumn flight sale
Monday 14, October 2013
200,000 seats with up to 25 percent off for travel from the UK between 5 November 2013 – 31 March 2014
easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has announced that 200,000 seats will be on sale with up to 25% off the airline’s prices for bookings made between 1am Friday 11 October and midnight on Tuesday 15 October 2013.
With the nights drawing in and summer rapidly becoming a distant memory, easyJet’s sale will present the perfect excuse for ‘generation easyJet’ to grab a pre- Christmas City, Sun or Ski bargain or to book a New Year treat to combat the winter blues ahead of spring.
Customers booking flights together with accommodation via the easyJet Holidays website will also be able to take advantage of an additional £50 off per booking on holidays of five nights or more to any easyJet destination over the five day sale period. For stays of four nights or less, a £30 discount will apply on top of any discounted flights.
The airline has cut prices by up to 25% to many of its most popular destinations such as Malaga, Alicante, Geneva, the Canaries, Faro, Venice and Amsterdam from all of its eleven bases in the UK with over 100 destinations available for customers to choose from including those closer to home such as Edinburgh and Jersey.
Peter Duffy, easyJet’s Marketing Director said:
“We’re pleased to be announcing our Autumn seat sale with over 200,000 seats available now until midnight on the 15th October with up to 25% off easyJet’s everyday low prices.
“At easyJet we aim to make travel easy and affordable and we’re sure that customers will be quick to seize the opportunity of booking a bargain break over the five days.”
easyJet’s Autumn sale flights include:
*Fares are based on two adults travelling on the same booking
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