easyJet rescues Air Wales fliers

24th Mar 2006

Following the announcement today that Air Wales has suspended all of its scheduled operations, easyJet, Europe’s leading low-fares airline, will offer those passengers left high and dry this summer, a special rescue fee of £25.Passengers booked to travel from Cardiff to Belfast, Cardiff to Prestwick and Cardiff to Newcastle are being offered a £25 rescue fee by easyJet so that passengers can fly with Europe’s leading low-fares airline from Bristol to Belfast, Newcastle and Glasgow International.

Passengers who lost their Air Wales flights from Newcastle, Glasgow and Belfast, are also able to take advantage of easyJet’s rescue fee of £25 to fly to Bristol airport.

To claim the exclusive £25 rescue package, passengers should call easyJet Sales centre,  within the next 7 days, on 0905 821 0905 where a maximum of £25 will be charged for the flight. Passengers must provide the agent with their Air Wales booking reference number and present their Air Wales booking confirmation at check-in as further proof of booking.

Flights are available for travel between 24 April and 30 September*.



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