Airline review Easyjet



Easyjet is a British low-cost airline and the largest airline of the United Kingdom, measured by number of passengers carried. Easyjet is the second largest low-cost airline behind Ryanair. Its main base is at London Luton Airport, EasyJet operates flight from 19 bases, the five largest bases in order of size are Gatwick, Milan-Malpensa, London-Luton, London-Stansted and Bristol. Easyjet was founded in 1995 and operates scheduled passenger services to more than 130 destinations in Europe. Easyjet flies in a point to point model rather than the more traditional airline hub and spoke model where the passengers have to change aircraft in transit at a major airport.

Easyjet operates an all Airbus fleet, mostly Airbus A319. Aircraft cabins are configured in a single class, high density layout.

Easyjet only has Economy Class and offers a buy on board service offering food and drinks for purchase.

Our rating:
Advantages of Easyjet are cheap fares, diversity and quantity of destinations and direct flights to destinations in Europe. The fleet is young and well maintained. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online.
Disadvantages of Easyjet are the seat pitch in economy class. Rather uncomfortable seats but alright for a short flight. There is no in-flight entertainment available.

Easyjet is an average airline. No extraordinary performance but a decent airline. For extra services you will be charged.

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