easyJet has announced a new holiday business which offers great-value holidays to handpicked hotels across Europe.
EasyJet announced that it is to recruit more than 1200 new permanent and fixed term cabin crew positions, over half of which will be based in the UK. The carrier, which flies more than 300 aircraft on over 1000 routes in 33 countries, will offer its new cabin crew positions at some of easyJet’s largest […]
In news from easyJet, the air carrier is slated to carry out TUI flights from Berlin to Heraklion, Rhodes, and Tenerife in the Summer of 2017. The British low-cost carrier also partnered with TUI for travel to Holland. Both companies share good and bad news edging into Q4 of 2016.
News last week that leading UK leisure airline Monarch received an influx of £125 million of permanent capital from investors Greybull Capital LLP tells of a cutthroat competitive market.
EasyJet expanded mobile check-in and boarding passes to flights departing from 38 airports across Europe.
easyJet and British Airways have just landed the right to operate flights to Russian capital Moscow, at the expense of Virgin Atlantic whose bid to secure what is one of Europe’s most flight routes was rejected.
According to news from easyJet, the low cost airline will begin operating flights between London and Moscow starting early next year. Britain’s Civil Aviation Authority having granted the license to EasyJet in preference to Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic, officials cite EasyJet fare benefits as the reason.
With the Summer travel season underway full tilt, major airlines engage customers via social media channels. Planning a trip or vacation has never been easier, or more socially connected than this year. ExactTarget helps put companies and customers in the digital conversation – better communication, means better customer retention, according to anyone’s news.
Just when you’d think European travelers may have had their fill of airline delays and disruptions, industry workers in the UK, Greece, and France decide it’s time to strike some more. A walk out by taxi drivers in Paris, striking air traffic controllers in Greece, and UK border officials demonstrating, these latest upheavals cannot help Europe travel.
Private equity firm Permira, and France’s Axa, have received the “go” from EU regulators in their bid to buy online travel entity Opodo. The two investors intent to merge the Spanish Opodo company with Go Voyages and eDreams will create one of the digital world’s biggest online booking agencies.
EasyJet has asked the European Union to help fund a new volcanic ash detection system for aircraft. The technology, developed by the Norwegian Institute for Air Research, is designed to do what radars cannot: detect the presence of dangerous dust particles and volcanic ash in the air, giving them time to adjust course. The detection […]
Egypt yesterday announced plans to roll out a travel recovery plan in the tourism-dependent country, following the political upheaval over the last couple of months which saw President Hosni Mubarak removed from power and tourists desert the nation in their droves.