Easyjet is an English low-cost airline. The homeport is located at London Luton Airport.

The company was established in 1995 and for almost 20 years of its existence, has become the largest airline in the UK, by the number of passengers carried per year (more than 50 million).

Easyjet is the second-largest budget airline in Europe, second only to Ryanair.

The route network consists of more than 600 flights connecting 140 cities.

  • According to the influential British consulting agency SKYTRAX, specializing in the study of the quality of services provided by various air carriers, the airline was awarded four stars. This is a very good indicator.
  • Easyjet takes the 14th place in the ranking of the safest airlines in the world 2019 by Jacdec.

Like any low-cost operator, EasyJet does not provide free meals and drinks onboard its aircraft. Passengers can purchase all this at the EasyJet store. It can be sandwiches, hot dishes, snacks, soft drinks, and alcoholic drinks.

EasyJet also allows passengers to pre-select seats on the plane by paying an additional fee during the booking process.

And for an additional fee, the passenger will be able to choose seats in the front row or places with increased legroom. With this ticket, the passenger is provided with a Speedy boarding pass. It allows you to register individually and quickly, and also connects the priority landing service.


On January 26, 2020, in the Easyjet fleet, there are 160 airliners, another 3 ordered. The average age of aircraft is 7.7 years.

The oldest – Airbus A319-100, with a tail number – G-EZEB. His age is 15.0 years. The newest is the Airbus A321neo, with tail number G-UZME. He is 0.0 years old.

Initially, Easyjet made a bet on the A319, but since 2005 this model has been systematically replaced by the A320.

All aircraft have the same cabin layout:

  • Airbus A319 – 156 seats in a single-class cab
  • Airbus A320 – 180 seats in a single-class cab
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