Facts about easyJet
easyJet is one of the largest and best known low-cost airlines in Europe. It was founded by entrepreneur Stelios Haji-Ioannou in 1995, and in 2002 they bought out rival airline, Go.
Initially, their main hub airports were UK based, but as a consequence of expansion, they now have a number of hub airports all across Europe.
easyJet was the first low-cost airline to incentivise hand-luggage only travel. They did this by removing the weight limit on hand luggage. This is often cited as a reason why easyJet are favoured by business travellers.
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Low-cost airline routes with easyJet
Select either an airport or a country to which you wish to fly with easyJet.
Full list of easyJet's low-cost routes
The following list is sorted by country and airports within each country.
Select a route for more information.
This page contains an index of all of the routes operated by easyJet. If you know that you are looking for a route flown by easyJet, then select the country or city to which you wish to fly from the index.
You will then be presented with a list containing all of the routes available to your chosen destination. If an airport you are looking for is not present in this list, then there is not currently (or scheduled for the future) a route operated by easyJet to this destination. You may wish to view the index of all routes to see if alternative airlines operate a flight.
Selecting a route will allow you to view more information about it, including information on booking.