EasyJet adds fast track security to business fare

EasyJet adds fast track security to business fare

Frequent travellers using EasyJet are being given access to fast track security clearance at 34 airports across Europe.

Further airports are to be added as the carrier bids to attract more business travellers.

EasyJet Plus annual card holders – who pay an annual fee of £170 – will be able to use fast track security at Aberdeen, Athens, Basel, Belfast, Brussels, Budapest, Cagliari, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Faro, Geneva, Glasgow, Hamburg, Lisbon, Liverpool, Gatwick, Southend, Stansted, Lyon, Madeira, Manchester, Moscow, Munich, Naples, Newcastle, Nice, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly, Porto, Prague, Tallinn and Venice from March 19. Luton will follow in October.

These passengers will also have the option to take on board a second small under-seat bag, such as a handbag or laptop bag, in addition to a cabin bag up to a maximum size of 56x45x25cm.

Annual membership already provides allocated seating including extra legroom and upfront seats, dedicated bag drop desks and speedy boarding.

The airline’s commercial director Peter Duffy said: “We know that all passengers, and particularly those travelling on business, want frequent, punctual and convenient flights to leading airports.

“We want to provide services that our most frequent travellers value and which we can deliver whilst retaining our simple, efficient operations.

“We are always looking to make travel easier for our passengers and this added benefit of fast track security access will save them time when travelling through the airport.”

He added: “EasyJet Plus annual card holders are among our most frequent and loyal passengers and this is another way of recognising their importance to easyJet and providing them with value when they fly with us.”


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