Started over 20 years ago as a ‘no frills’ airline, easyJet started to sell all inclusive holidays in 2007, and majorly expanded/improved its offering in 2011. Research at the time of this shake up showed that easyJet’s strategy was to undercut the major players for beach holiday deals – something that it has no doubt continued. Click on a deal below to go through to the site.
Current Voucher Codes
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From where does easyJet operate?
Operating over 200 planes, easyJet flies out of the majority of airports in the UK:
- Aberdeen – Aberdeen Airport
- Belfast – Belfast International Airport
- Birmingham – Birmingham Airport
- Bournemouth – Bournemouth Airport
- Bristol – Bristol Airport
- Edinburgh – Edinburgh Airport
- Glasgow – Glasgow Airport
- Inverness – Inverness Airport
- Leeds/Bradford – Leeds/Bradford International Airport
- Liverpool – John Lennon Airport
- London – Gatwick Airport
- London – Luton Airport
- London – Southend Airport
- London – Stansted Airport
- Manchester – Manchester Airport
- Newcastle – Newcastle Airport
Thomas Cook has generally excellent reviews on TripAdvisor, with over 10,000 reviews so far:
Many of these appear to be about the airline rather than an all-round holiday provider – but the average rating is still encouraging.
However, it does not have particularly flattering reviews on TrustPilot – but with around 1,000 reviews:
Poor reviews are not necessarily proof of a generally poor service. There could be a number of factors – in easyJet’s case, people are reviewing them both as a ‘no frills’ airline as well as a holiday provider. ‘No frills’ should mean low expectations – though this does not always seem to be the case.