Budget carrier easyJet put more than nine million seats on sale yesterday (June 9), for more than 59,000 flights across its network between February 6 and March 25, 2017.
About 5.7 million seats will be available on flights in and out of the UK, with more than 900,000 seats available during the February UK school half-term period.
Sophie Dekkers, easyJet’s UK commercial director, said one-way fares started at £29.99 per person, for routes such as Gatwick-Belfast and Luton-Copenhagen.
“Families travelling with children under five can bring two items for free such as a push chair or car seat as well as being amongst the first to board the aircraft,” she added.
Other £29.99 fares are on Manchester services to Amsterdam, and Bristol flights to Oporto and Edinburgh.
Some of the fares for the half-term period are £39.99 for Gatwick to Geneva and Edinburgh to Paris Charles-de-Gaulle from £39.99.
The one-way fares include taxes and are based on two people on the same booking.
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