EasyJet Holidays has put its summer 2021 programme on sale early.

The release of its programme is aimed at inspiring new bookings but also to give customers with existing bookings affected by the coronavirus pandemic more options to rebook.

It adds to the winter 2020-21 holiday programme, which was already on sale but has been bolstered with additional hotels on offer.


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Departures as far in advance as October 2021 are available in destinations from Turkey to Croatia, and Greece to Montenegro.

Paul Bixby, strategy and sourcing director at easyJet holidays, said: “We know that we are in highly uncertain times, particularly within the travel industry, and we know that lots of travel plans are currently on hold. However, that doesn’t stop some of us thinking and dreaming about where we might want to visit once we’re able to.


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“We’ve put our winter 20/21 and summer 21 holidays on sale early in the hope of also being able to inspire future trips and also support our existing customers where we can. We have a wide variety of great value beach destinations and city breaks, from boutique to luxury, family to adults only – not forgetting that our holidays are Atol-protected and we’re members of Abta for extra peace of mind. We can’t wait to start taking people on holiday again and helping them to create unforgettable memories.”