EasyJet is a London-based low-cost air carrier and is currently the largest airline in the United Kingdom in terms of passengers carried. EasyJet operates routes throughout Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East and is Europe's second largest low-cost carrier behind rival Ryanair. The company was founded in 1995. Compared to other low-cost air carriers, EasyJet enjoys relatively positive reviews with many customers praising the airline's efficiency, low prices, and bare-bones yet pleasant in-cabin atmosphere. EasyJet's competitive advantage are its low fares and, as such, its website is based around displays of discount or short-term flight deals and a prominent flight search tool. There is, however, an Information panel at the top of the website where travelers can consult EasyJet's cabin baggage allowance (one bag no larger than 56x24x26cm.). Checked bags have a fee ranging from £11-21.00 and bags which exceed the cabin baggage dimensions will be checked at the gate for an additional fee. Travelers should note than they are allowed one piece of hand luggage, and personal items like purses and laptop bags should be stored in their cabin baggage. Travelers using EasyJet can also check in online directly on the EasyJet website using their booking reference number or family name and print a boarding pass to be used at the gate.
Ciro EasyJet is one of the best European low-cost air carriers and seems to do a better job than others at keeping customers happy, not changing gates at the last minute, and giving good customer service. As always, make sure to play close attention to EasyJet's baggage allowance policy or you'll be forking over some of that vacation money to check your over-sized bag at the gate! If you really need to bring more than the one small piece of cabin baggage allowed, try booking a Flexi fare which, in addition to giving you some much-needed legroom, also allows you to bring on a second piece of cabin baggage to stow beneath the seat.Delete