Following the announcement that Flyglobespan has suspended its operations, easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has extended its rescue package for stranded passengers to ensure they can get back to the UK for Christmas. For those passengers stranded in France, Switzerland, Mainland Spain, the Balearics and Portugal a special rescue fee of £60 (including taxes) is available to return to any UK airport, by 24 December.
For those passengers stranded in the Cyprus, Egypt the Canaries and Madeira a special rescue fee of £80 (including taxes) is available to return to any UK airport, by 24 December.
Passengers are advised that onward travel from the airport will be at their own expense.
This is in addition to the announcement that easyJet will offer a rescue package for passengers due to travel on routes the easyJet directly overlap with Flyglobespan; Faro to Glasgow; Malaga to Glasgow; Alicante to Glasgow and Geneva to Edinburgh, which is available for £60 (including taxes) for travel up to 30 December.
To claim the exclusive rescue package, passengers should call easyJet customer services on one of the numbers listed below.
Passengers must provide the agent with their Flyglobespan booking reference number and present their Flyglobespan booking confirmation at check-in as further proof of booking.
From UK: 0871 244 2366
From Spain: 807 0700 70
From Switzerland: 0900 000 258
From France: 0826 103 320
If you are calling from a country not listed above, you can call us on +44 871 244 2366.