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Easyjet

About easyJet

easyJet are a low-cost airline founded in 1995 by Stelios Haji-Ioannou. They are headquartered at Luton Airport just north of London and have a fleet size of 132 planes which are mostly Airbus A320 models. Since 2008 they have been the number one in the UK in terms of the number of passengers flown, knocking British Airways into second place.

Passengers can buy an easyJet Plus card for a yearly fee which enables priority boarding, a dedicated bag drop and fast-track security, as well as other benefits. They have a partnership with Emirates in a deal which allows Emirates members with Skywards Miles Rewards to use them towards easyJet flights. In 2017 easyJet acquired Air Berlin, making it the largest airline in Germany’s capital, and are integrating the crew and aircraft into their own fleet. They used to have a codeshare agreement with Transaero Airlines for flights to Moscow until Transaero ceased trading in 2015.

How do I check-in online with easyJet?

easyJet check-in opens 30 days before your flight leaves and closes 2 hours before scheduled take-off. Once you have completed the check-in process you can print off your boarding pass or download a copy to your phone or tablet. Please be aware that it is not possible for the ground staff to read a PDF version of your boarding pass, so please do not store it in this way as it will not be able to be scanned.

If you make any changes at all to your booking, for example if you change your hold luggage amount or alter your flights, then you will need to check-in again and print off or download the new boarding passes. There will be security checks when you try to check-in so make sure you have your contact details to hand as well as your passport or whatever id documents you will be using on your flight.

What is my checked baggage allowance on easyJet?

easyJet’s airline baggage policy was updated in November 2017 and now states that any customer, except toddlers or babies without a seat of their own, can buy an allowance for up to three bags to place in the hold. Whatever weight is purchased, the overall size (width + length + height) must be under 275 cm.

There are three different options when it comes to paying for the weight of your hold luggage. The smallest is a 15 kg allowance which is ideal if you are just going on a short break. The standard allowance of 23 kg should be sufficient for most people holidaying for a week or two, but you can also add to this if required. It is possible to increase the allowance in 3 kg increments up to 32 kg if you think you may need to take more with you, but 32 kg is the absolute maximum any one bag can weigh. Handily, the total weight allowance can also be pooled between members of the same party if they have booked together and are on the same flight.

What hand luggage can I take on easyJet?

easyJet’s cabin baggage rules state that you are allowed to take one item of hand luggage on board with you when travelling. This is quite strictly controlled in that a handbag or a laptop will also count as one item so make sure that if you want to take them with you as well, you should try to fit them into your main hand luggage. The size of this cannot exceed 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm and that includes any extraneous items sticking out of the bag itself, for example wheels, handles or anything stored inside. There are often areas in the airport where you can check the size of your carry-on bags to make sure they fit, and there is no weight limit. However, if you attempt to board with too many bags or bags that are too large then you will have to check each item into the hold and this will incur a fee.

It is important that you remember the rules regarding liquids as these are restricted in hand baggage. If you take liquids on board with you, they must be in bottles of 100ml or less and all containers must be kept in a clear 20 cm x 20 cm sealable plastic bag. The definition of liquids includes items you may not have thought of, for example toothpaste, lipstick and deodorant.

Children and babies who are not assigned a seat and will have to travel on an adult’s lap for the journey are not given a baggage allowance. All items required for the child must form part of the adult’s luggage allowance and be packed within their hand baggage. However, you will be allowed to bring an extra smaller under-seat bag in these circumstances, as will any passengers holding an easyJet Plus card, a FLEXI, Up Front or Extra Legroom fare.

Where does easyJet fly from?

easyJet flies from cities in countries all over Europe into northern Africa and the Middle East. This is a list of the most popular of easyJet’s flight destinations:

Latest customer reviews on Easyjet flights

3.8 /5
Total reviews based on: 372
London
Edinburgh
Luton International - Turnhouse ( LTN - EDI )
3.0 /5
Hilda
Date 2019-08-17 Location Westerham Age 51-70 Class Economy

Departure was late

3.7 /5
3 reviews
Rome
London
Fiumicino - Luton International ( FCO - LTN )
1.0 /5
Yio
Date 2019-08-17 Location Italy Age 31-50 Class Economy

Do not choose this company. Very unprofessional.

1.0 /5
1 reviews
Glasgow
Bristol
Glasgow Scotland - Bristol ( GLA - BRS )
4.0 /5
Claire
Date 2019-08-15 Location South Africa Age 51-70 Class Economy

Happy with the service provided

4.0 /5
1 reviews
London
Pisa
Gatwick - Galileo Galilei ( LGW - PSA )
1.0 /5
Private
Date 2019-08-13 Location England Age 51-70 Class Economy

Flight cancelled , lost 2 days of my life Not in a location to get to a computer so lots of problems

2.7 /5
3 reviews
London
Geneva
Gatwick - Geneva ( LGW - GVA )
2.0 /5
Shell
Date 2019-08-13 Location London Age 31-50 Class Economy

Better and clearer information would be much appreciated. easyJet requires people check in on a flight immediately, even if that's months in advance of the actual flight, because they over book the flights. We nearly didn't make the flight because we didn't know this. Also, both legs of the flight were delayed.

2.3 /5
3 reviews
London
Belfast
Stansted - Belfast International ( STN - BFS )
5.0 /5
None
Date 2019-08-13 Age 51-70 Class Economy

Expensive time of the year

4.5 /5
2 reviews
London
Toulouse
Gatwick - Blagnac ( LGW - TLS )
2.0 /5
sylvia rimmer
Date 2019-08-12 Location Eastbourne Age 51-70 Class Economy

flight home was a nightmare, delayed, got on plane, then fault found, got off plane, pilot said to walk to other plane, but sent into terminal, then more waiting, eventually got to gatwick, 2 hours late, and had to wait half hour for steps to arrive,,,,, did they not know we were coming ??? never flying easy jet ever again !

3.8 /5
4 reviews
London
Nantes
Gatwick - Nantes Atlantique ( LGW - NTE )
4.0 /5
G
Date 2019-08-12 Location Brighton Age Over 70 Class Economy

Fine

4.0 /5
1 reviews
London
Berlin
Gatwick - Schoenefeld ( LGW - SXF )
5.0 /5
Del
Date 2019-08-10 Location Watford Age 51-70 Class Economy

Comfortable journey, easy boarding, arrived on time

5.0 /5
1 reviews
Bristol
Milan
Bristol - Malpensa ( BRS - MXP )
5.0 /5
Jan
Date 2019-08-10 Location Cornwall Age 51-70 Class Economy

Loved the bag drop

4.0 /5
2 reviews
London
Barcelona
Gatwick - El Prat ( LGW - BCN )
2.0 /5
Flo
Date 2019-08-09 Location London Age Under 30 Class Economy

Disappointing delays on both flights

2.0 /5
1 reviews
Munich
Manchester
Franz Josef Strauss - Manchester International ( MUC - MAN )
4.0 /5
BroomhillAl
Date 2019-08-08 Location Sheffield Age 51-70 Class Economy

Like all airlines, EasyJet bend the concept of arrival time by counting when the plane touches down rather than when the passengers can alight. If a train sits outside the station awaiting a platform has it arrived?

4.0 /5
2 reviews
Newcastle
Bristol
Newcastle International - Bristol ( NCL - BRS )
4.0 /5
Karen
Date 2019-08-08 Location UK Age 31-50 Class Economy

This was a very easy way to travel from Newcastle to Bristol. Check in was easy and the flight was pleasant. There was a delay on the flight back but not by much.

3.7 /5
3 reviews
Manchester
Bordeaux
Manchester International - Merignac ( MAN - BOD )
1.0 /5
Chagallois
Date 2019-08-06 Location Warrington Age 31-50 Class Economy

About 2 hours and 40 minutes delay, not even a kind of apology

1.0 /5
1 reviews
London
Jerez de La Frontera
Gatwick - La Parra ( LGW - XRY )
5.0 /5
The Euro Traveller
Date 2019-08-06 Location Wiltshire Age 51-70 Class Economy

Flight was fine and other than the usual queue at the end of the runway ran generally on time.

5.0 /5
2 reviews
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