easyJet has announced it is launching its sale for summer holidays 2021 early. The low-cost carrier revealed today that flights are now available for next year from as little as £14.99. However, while this may be good news for those looking ahead to 2021, when will easyJet resume flights in 2020?
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easyJet has said the early release of the flights in the new sale gives customers the chance to book early and make huge savings on summer holiday flights.
It also provides further options for customers whose travel plans have been disrupted due to the pandemic so they can rebook for May next year.
The flights now available cover April 19 to May 4 2021 at easyJet.com.
Customers are also able to move existing bookings to this period should they need to with the reassurance that a change fee will not be applied easyJet said in a statement.
easyJet added that over 28,000 flights are set to take place across its network providing over five million seats for passengers to jet off on an early summer holiday.
Customers looking for future holidays can book all the way up to October 2021 through easyJet holidays following the early season launches for winter 20/21 and summer 2021 earlier this month.
Ali Gayward, UK Country Manager at easyJet said: “We know many people’s Summer holiday plans have been disrupted this year and so we’ve taken the decision to put the start of summer 2021 on sale early so our customers can either book a new break or, if they are rearranging their travel plans, have even more dates and destinations to choose from.
“By booking early customers will not only get the best value on hundreds of destinations across our network.
“To further assist customers who have had their travel plans affected easyJet has waived the change fee associated with changing their flights.
“All customers are now able to change the dates of their upcoming flights to any time up to May 4.
“The change fee waiver applies to both existing and new bookings until further notice.”
“Customers can make changes to their booking online via the Manage Bookings section on www.easyJet.com.”
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However, what about this year? When will easyJet flights resume in 2020?
easyJet grounded its entire fleet on March 30 and has said no date is yet set for a return to the skies amid the current uncertainty.
An easyJet spokesman told Express.co.uk: “At this stage, there can be no certainty of the date for restarting commercial flights as this will depend on national travel restrictions and customer demand.
“We are working closely with local authorities and the relevant regulators to monitor the situation across Europe so that we remain informed of when restrictions could change and when flying can resume.
“We anticipate this will be a minimal schedule at first, which will vary by country.
“In the meantime, we are maintaining our full fleet of aircraft in a flight-ready condition and putting accelerated procedures in place to ensure flights can resume quickly and safely.
“We continue to work closely with EASA and other agencies to ensure we meet the necessary requirements for crew training as well as any additional health and safety measures that could be introduced to best protect our customers and crew, ensuring we are in compliance with any new ways of operating ready for when flying resumes.”
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