Introduction to easyJet
Back in 1995, Greek-Cypriot entrepreneur and businessman Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, had the idea of creating a new customer-focused, low-cost airline. This idea and the airline that was born out of it helped to create a revolution in aviation in Europe. From his concept, easyJet came into being. Later that year, the airline made its first flight, between London Luton and Glasgow. 1998 saw the launch of the company's website, and it was at that time that the airline really began to take off, no pun intended.
Where does easyJet fly from in the UK?
EasyJet flies in the UK from: Aberdeen, Belfast International, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Invernessm, Isle of Man, Jersey, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle.
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The company operates a "dynamic pricing" policy. This means, put simply, that the cost of a seat on a flight is dependent upon the demand; the higher the demand, the higher the cost.
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Check-in & Baggage
It is possible to check-in at the bag drop-off desks though, in order to save time, passengers are encouraged to use the online check-in facility and print the boarding pass, or download it to their smartphone.
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