Easyjet is Europe's leading Low Cost Budget airline providing cheap ticket deals to over 150 airports across more than 30 countries.
Easyjet's operating bases are located at London Luton and London Gatwick airports, with a further 25 additional hubs located throughout Europe. Many of these hubs are located in principal cities such as Barcelona, Geneva, Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon, and Milan.
Easyjet operates as a low-cost carrier, delivering competitively priced fares with minimal onboard amenities. Operating costs are kept low by scheduling direct services between its large spread of hubs. The group, along with associate companies EasyJet UK, EasyJet Europe and EasyJet Switzerland, operate more than 300 Airbus aircraft such as the A319, A320 and A321 series.
On average the airline carries more than 65 million passengers, making it the second-largest budget airline in Europe by number of passengers carried, behind Ryanair.
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TUI Group is a German multinational travel and tourism company headquartered in Hanover, Germany. TUI Airways has been voted (seven times) the ‘World’s Best Leisure Airline’ at the World Airline Awards. TUI is one of the largest leisure, travel and tourism companies in the world, and provides low cost holiday flight tickets departing from 21 UK airports to over 70 destinations worldwide.
TUI Airways cover short-haul, mid-haul and long-haul destinations, with the most popular routes being European holiday hot spots such as Benidorm, Mallorca, The Algarve, Gran Canaria and the Costa Del Sol. They also offer long-haul flight only deals to destinations like Jamaica, New York and Mexico.
TUI operate state-of-the-art 787 Dreamliner aircraft, a plane with larger windows, more headroom and legroom, and quieter engines that have helped transform long-haul holidays, with the added convenience of no stopovers.
Jet2 plc is a leading British leisure travel group offering scheduled and charter flights from ten UK airports to more than 60 destinations across Europe and beyond.
Jet2.com is the third-largest scheduled airline in the UK, behind EasyJet and British Airways. Jet2 Holidays are the UK’s second-largest tour operator providing holiday breaks to more than 70 beach, city and ski destinations across Europe.
Since their first flight in 2003, Jet2.com have grown their fleet and are about to take delivery of 36 brand new long-fuselage Airbus A321neo aircraft. To date Jet2.com have sold more than 92 million flight seats, along with low cost airfares and a high class service gaining Jet2 many high profile travel industry awards.
Popular UK departure airports include: Manchester, London Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Glasgow and Leeds Bradford. Popular flight destinations include: Ibiza, Reus, Alicante, Malaga, Menorca, Malta, Innsbruck, Geneva, Rome and many more.
Vueling is a European low-cost airline based in Barcelona. Vueling fly from 8 UK airports with direct or connecting (transit flight) services from London to Barcelona, Madrid, Tenerife, Rome, Malaga, Paris, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria. Vueling have codeshare agreements with both British Airways and Iberia.
Vueling's fare structure includes 4 fare types: Basic, Optima, Family and TimeFlex fares. The basic and cheapest fares carry the most restrictions whilst the more expensive TimeFlex fares offer free flight changes, exclusive check-in desks, priority boarding and free seat selection. All Optima fares and above include one 10kg cabin bag. The 'Basic Fare' includes just one underseat bag.
Norwegian Air Shuttle is an award-winning low-cost airline offering Low Fares with high standards and is Norway's largest airline. Norwegian is the fourth largest low-cost carrier in Europe behind Wizz Air, EasyJet and Ryanair.
Norwegian Air Shuttle flies non-stop to approximately 125 destinations in 35 counties in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Additionally the airline's wholly-owned subsidiaries, Norwegian Long Haul and Norwegian Air International operate flights to Asia and to North America. The airline's short-haul European fleet consists of single Economy Class cabin aircraft, with long-haul routes offering both Premium Economy Class and Economy Class cabins.
Norwegian has over 20 operating bases, the largest of which is located at Oslo Airport (OSL) in Gardermoen, the airline also has several secondary hubs including Stockholm, Copenhagen, Stravanger, Bergen, Gothenburg, Paris and London Gatwick.
Norwegian Air UK has their headquarters in London and it serves as their primary operating hub. Norwegian Air UK operates as a member of the larger Norwegian Air Shuttle group. The UK subsidiary focuses on linking Europe to North and South America and targets the intercontinental business travelers, while the other subsidiaries focus on holiday routes.
Eurowings is a German low-cost carrier headquartered in Düsseldorf Germany and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.
Eurowings specialises in low-cost direct flights within Europe. Passengers can customise their flights by choosing from BASIC, SMART, BEST and BIZclass fares, each of which have varied restrictions and booking conditions.
Eurowings has a current fleet of 139 aircraft and specialises in low-cost direct flights within Europe's top holiday and business destinations. The German airline currently offers more than 100 destinations in over 50 countries, making it the third-largest European point-to-point carrier. In 2018 the airline flew more than 40 million passengers. The low-cost airline has 13 locations in Germany as well as in other European countries.
Eurowings offers great-value discount fares to popular holiday destinations like the Spanish Mainland, Italy, Greece, Croatia and the Canary Islands. You will also find bargain flight deals to principal European cities like Berlin, Paris and Barcelona. You can also fly to several select destinations outside Europe with Eurowings.
Wizz Air is a Budapest-based low-cost carrier and Hungary's largest airline. The Airline provides low-cost air transportation services on scheduled short-haul and medium-haul point-to-point routes across Europe and into the Middle East. Wizzair prefers to fly to smaller, secondary airports outside of larger cities.
Wizz operates a fleet of 121 Airbus aircraft, connecting 155 destinations across 45 countries. Wizz Air operates an ultramodern fleet of Airbus A320 family aircraft, which has helped play a key role in Wizz being named amongst the top ten safest low cost carriers of 2019. The fleets Airbus A321neo aircraft have new generation engines that offer significant environmental benefits making Wizz the airline with the smallest environmental footprint per passenger.
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