Contact Number for Easyjet Customer Service – 0870 025 0029
EasyJet is a British low-cost airline founded in 1995 and based at London Luton Airport.It is the largest airline of the United Kingdom by the number of passengers carried mainly due to it’s no frills service of economy class seats only.It operates domestic and international scheduled services on over 700 routes in 32 countries and has grown over the years through various acquisitions as well as the increase in demand for low cost no frills air travel.
EasyJet does not provide complimentary meals or drinks on its flights although passengers may purchase items on board such as sandwiches, various snacks and drinks as well as gifts including perfume, cosmetics and gadgets. Onboard sales are an important part of the airline’s income.
Some Interesting Facts about EasyJet
EasyJet was featured in the television series Airline broadcast on ITV which followed the airline’s operations at London Luton and later at other bases and this increased public awareness and Easyjet’s popularity.
Easyjet did not originally offer allocated seating, only an option to pay for speedy boarding which allowed passengers on the aircraft first. However since 2012, all passengers are allocated numbered seats before boarding, as it was found that this did not slow down boarding times and could earn more revenue than the Speedy Boarding option. Passengers can pay an additional fee for certain seats including those with extra legroom.
EasyJet has 19 European basesand the five largest bases in order are London–Gatwick, Milan–Malpensa, London–Luton, Bristol and London–Stansted. Toulouse airport is currently the airline’s smallest base with only two aircraft.
Flights as well as hotels, holidays and transport can all be booked and managed easily online. There are also answers to frequently asked questions on the website but sometimes it is quicker and easier to call and speak to a customer adviser for advice about :
- Travelling with children
- Group bookings
- Changes to flights
- Taking unusual or large items
EasyJet’s largest competitor is Ryanair, which unlike EasyJet has a focus on smaller airports and in recent years, has started targeting holiday makers. Although EasyJet focuses heavily on business passengers it also operates a greater variety of holiday destinations than Ryanair.