easyJet holidays has announced that it will become a major pan-European tour operator through a new partnership with the online travel agency Hotelopia. Six new websites are planned in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and the Netherlands as easyJet holidays re-launches itself across the main European countries where the airline has a large presence.
easyJet has confirmed a strategic partnership with Spanish hotel brand, the Paradores de Turismo de España. In the first collaboration of its kind for the hotel group, all of the Paradores, a collection of 94 uniquely individual properties, will now be available to book as air-inclusive short breaks and holidays via the easyJet Holidays website.
Holidaymakers are once again looking at Egypt as a potential holiday destination after its recent troubles. Following Egypt’s move towards democracy, the easyJet Holidays website is reporting a strong increase in sales with traffic continuing to bounce back to pre-revolution interest levels.
Among the exciting new developments from easyJet Holidays for Summer 2012 are city breaks to Reykjavik in Iceland and holidays to Kefalonia as well as departures to a selection of destinations from London Southend Airport.