2 APRIL 2018

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Article from BTNews 2 APRIL 2018

EasyJet Worldwide expands

More global connections and a tie-up with Thomas Cook Airlines were announced by easyJet last week, meaning more than half its flights and 53m easyJet customers a year can connect to airline partner services and other easyJet flights in one booking.

The ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ connections platform is being extended to Berlin Tegel, Venice Marco Polo, Amsterdam Schiphol, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Orly and Edinburgh airports.

Combined with connections already announced through Gatwick and Milan Malpensa, easyJet said its digital booking portal would now access hundreds more destinations.

The Thomas Cook partnership, meanwhile, means easyJet passengers can now travel as far as the Caribbean or to the US, Africa and the Indian Ocean with La Compagnie and Corsair, who both fly from Paris Orly.

EasyJet also has relationships with WestJet and Norwegian, enabling long-haul connectivity at more of Europe’s big hub airports, with Norwegian extending connecting services from Paris Charles De Gaulle and Paris Orly shortly.

Amsterdam Schiphol will come on board this summer when Norwegian begins service to New York from the Dutch capital and also from Edinburgh, while easyJet’s existing relationship with Loganair will allow easyJet passengers to connect to the Highlands and Islands via Edinburgh.

www.easyjet.com/en/worldwide    www.thomascookairlines.com    www.corsair.fr

www.lacompagnie.com    www.westjet.com    www.norwegian.com  

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