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easyJet has maintained its position as one of the UK’s most popular and successful low-cost airlines since it was founded in 1995. The airline, which has its headquarters in Luton, has grown steadily over the years, and now flies to over 150 destinations in more than 30 countries in Europe and North Africa. The company operates a modern fleet of aircraft and has maintained a very good reputation, consistently winning awards for best low-cost airline for both business and holiday travellers. It is now the UK’s largest airline, carrying over 80 million passengers in 2017, and is firmly established as one of the best-known low-cost airlines in Europe.



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Where do easyJet fly to?
easyJet offer an astonishing choice of destinations. You could spend a lifetime covering routes that now stretch as far afield as Finland, Estonia, Morocco and Israel. You’ll find year-round flights to ever-popular city break favourites like Amsterdam, Venice and Barcelona, and dozens of lesser known gems like Porto, Naples and Bordeaux. Smaller regional airports offer a gateway to beautiful regions of Italy, Spain and Eastern Europe. Needless to say, easyJet covers all of the most popular beach holiday destinations in Spain and Portugal, along with long-standing holiday favourites like Turkey, Cyprus, Malta and Greece. The winter season sees flights to the Canary Islands and Egypt, and regular flights to key ski holiday airports. Domestic flights link Scotland and Northern Ireland with the south of England.

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