easyJet has today announced the launch of a new online foreign exchange service, offering travellers a wide range of foreign currencies and next-day home delivery.First Rate Exchange Services (First Rate) has been appointed as the service provider for easyJet’s travel money service. The company has developed a fully-integrated online foreign exchange ordering and delivery service which allows easyJet customers to choose from over 70 currencies, notes and travellers cheques, as well as receiving currency advice and a secure online payment service.
Breaking Travel News interviews Stephane Durand, Managing Director for UK & Ireland at travel technology firm Amadeus. Amadeus is rolling out new business travel booking tools. Easyjet, Flybe and Eurostar content is also now on the Amadeus platform. The interview was conducted at the Business Travel Show, Earls Court, London.
A total of 32 routes operated by GB Airways for summer 2008 are now available for sale at www.easyJet.com.
Easyjet is stepping up the pressure on Air France-KLM in its home Gallic territory after it announced a major expansion of its operations including two new bases for its airplanes.
easyJet has launched a major campaign to encourage the UK’s politicians toadopt a more ‘intelligent’ approach to air travel.
easyJet, in partnership with Mondial UK, has removed its upper age limit on single trip travel insurance policies.
easyJet has launched an online facility to collect certain additional information from all passengers travelling to Spain from 11th June onwards.
easyJet.com, a pioneering travel website is 10 years old today.
easyJet is expanding its services from Bristol International Airport with a new route connecting the South West with the Polish capital - Warsaw.
easyJet.com is the UK’s favourite travel website according to Hitwise.
easyJet, has appointed Site Confidence, the UK’s largest provider of web performance monitoring and load testing services, to monitor the performance of its website - easyJet.com.
As a result of the severe congestion caused by increased security checksat all UK airports, easyJet has announced that all flightsfrom London Gatwick, Luton and Stansted are cancelled for the rest of the today.