easyJet, the UK’s largest airline has today announced it is changing the way in which it releases its seats for the coming seasons, making it possible to book earlier than ever before.
The airline today released its schedules for Spring 2010 from its bases across the UK*, which means it is now possible to book flights from Belfast, Bristol, East Midlands, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle up to the end of June 2010, with fares on domestic routes from as little as £22.99; flights to Europe from £24.99; and flights to North Africa from £35.99 (all one way including taxes).
The seats for Summer 2010 are expected to go on sale next month.
Previously the airline launched its schedules in two six month blocks, winter and summer timetables, the new process will enable passengers to better plan ahead and take advantage for the airline’s fantastic lowest fares.
Carly Brear, easyJet’s UK commercial manager commented
"easyJet is now releasing its seats for Spring / Summer 2010 earlier than ever to give our customers the opportunity to plan ahead and get the best deals online for flights."
*Excludes flights from London and Scotland, which go on sale within the next few weeks.
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