easyJet is loading its winter schedule at the moment on the Internet. As each route is loaded it becomes available exclusively on the Internet and sales will remain exclusive to the Internet until further notice.
As the web’s favourite airline, easyJet sells about a third of its seats on-line. Using methods like offering first choice of the winter schedule exclusively to Internet users will assist the airline in reaching its target of 60% of sales to be done on-line by the end of the year 2000.
To date, the winter schedules from London Luton to Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Liverpool have been loaded. Aberdeen remains a twice daily service on weekdays, Amsterdam increases to four times a day, Belfast remains at four times a day (increased on July 1st 1999), Edinburgh remains at five a day, Glasgow increases to six a day, Inverness remains a daily service and the new London Luton to Liverpool service starts with three flights a day.
Winter schedule flights between Liverpool and Belfast are also available now at www.easyJet.com
More winter schedule flights from the other easyJet bases in Liverpool and Geneva and the continental winter schedule from London Luton Airport will be available on the Internet at www.easyJet.com soon. This will include the new services from London Luton to Liverpool as well as from London Luton to Malaga and Liverpool to Madrid. This will also include the new winter flights between Gatwick and Geneva.
With brand new aircraft arriving direct from Boeing to easyJet at a rate of one a month, easyJet will also be increasing frequency on many existing routes.