easyJet launches Germany and France holidays in January

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easyJet holidays, the UK’s premier tour operator, has spread its wings to France and Germany, expanding its footprint after a successful launch in Switzerland earlier in 2023.

This move opens up a plethora of travel opportunities for holiday enthusiasts, enabling them to embark on a broad range of vacation options starting January 9, 2024.

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Emulating the triumphant UK business model, customers in France and Germany can now indulge in the seamless booking of affordable beach getaways and thrilling city breaks.

Boasting an extensive portfolio of over 3,000 hotels, easyJet holidays caters to diverse preferences, offering beach retreats, luxurious escapes, family-friendly adventures, or exclusive adult-only experiences.

Accommodation choices range from the opulence of all-inclusive resorts to the simplicity of room-only options.

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A Range of Destinations


For the French traveler, easyJet holidays presents a tempting array of 63 European destinations. Departing from 16 airports, including Paris Charles-de-Gaulle, Paris-Orly, Nice Cote d’Azur, and Lyon-Saint Exupery airport, the possibilities are endless.

Meanwhile, German holidaymakers can choose from 47 destinations, with flights departing from key hubs such as Berlin, Munich, and Hamburg.

This impending expansion follows hot on the heels of easyJet holidays’ recent announcement of a staggering £122 million profit before tax and an impressive 221% growth in the full year of 2023.

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In its pursuit of European dominance, easyJet holidays has not overlooked the importance of stellar customer service.

Recognizing the linguistic diversity of its new markets, the company now offers 24/7 customer support with dedicated French and German-speaking agents.

Leveraging advanced technology, customers can access a user-friendly online help center, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free booking and management process.

A Message from the CEO


Garry Wilson, the Chief Executive Officer of easyJet holidays, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “Ever since we launched our business, we had ambitions to be a pan-European tour operator.”

“We are thrilled to launch our easyJet holidays business in France and Germany, following our successful debut in Switzerland back in August.”

“As the UK’s fastest-growing tour operator, we look forward to leaving an indelible mark in Europe and helping our French and German customers discover their perfect package holiday.”

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easyJet's Germany and France holiday packages will commence January 9, with the operator flying from 16 French airports and key German hubs.
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