EasyJet sale has over a million cheap seats from £13.49
Travel & Tourism
Time to book a vacation then.
EasyJet has launched its huge Big Orange Sale, with over a million seats massively reduced.
Vacationers will be able to save a lot of money on holidayswith deals on thousands of flights to and from the UK.
The sale covers more than 120 destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
Fares will start from just £13.49 for bookings made until January 10, 2023, and people can save up to 20% on over 1.7 million seats between January 19 and September 30, 2023 .
EasyJet Holidays is also included in the sale, with savings of up to £300 on over 5,000 hotels.
The discount for the company’s package holiday arm is available to anyone using the code ORANGESALE when booking by 11pm on January 31, 2023.
Holidaymakers can save £300 when they spend a minimum of £3,000, £150 when they spend a minimum of £1,500 and £100 when they spend a minimum of £700.
Rates from Manchester to Faro, Ibiza and Lisbon are from just £17.99, while flights from other airports to destinations including Amsterdam, Alicante, Geneva and Antalya are all under £20.
Ali Gayward, easyJet UK Country Director, said: “We are delighted to launch our Big Orange Sale today, so customers can enjoy discounts on hundreds of thousands of seats to and from from the UK and book a great value getaway.
“With flights to over 120 destinations from the UK and even more this summer to some of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, now is the perfect time to book short-haul travel with easyJet. , and we look forward to removing even more from our customers in 2023.”
Paul Bixby, Commercial Director of easyJet Holidays, said: “We are committed to giving our customers brilliant holidays at great prices all year round, but we pride ourselves on delivering value for money yet best, with up to £300 off for holidaymakers looking to plan their getaways for the new year and beyond.
“From adults-only luxury to family fun, we offer a huge range of vacations, with city breaks and beach breaks to suit everyone.
“We know how much our customers enjoy their vacations and we know they will find something they will love in this sale.”
EasyJet’s Big Orange Sale kicked off on Thursday 22nd December and runs until 11pm on Tuesday 10th January.
Visit easyJet.com or the mobile app for flights.
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You can now book to stay in The Holiday’s cottage on Airbnb
Did you know the famous house in Surrey that inspired the cottage of Holidays is now available for rent on Airbnb?
There’s no denying that The Holiday is an absolute Christmas classic at this point.
Released in 2006, the film stars Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz as two women in love on opposite sides of the pond who arrange a house swap to escape heartbreak during the Christmas season.
However, their lives change unexpectedly when they meet and fall in love with two local guys played by Jack Black and Jude Law.
It’s a movie that many like to stick every Christmas time, and if you’re one of those who have it on your watch list every year, then how would you like to live out your festive romantic comedy fantasies by staying in the famous chalet?
As fans know, perhaps the film’s most iconic scene sees Cameron Diaz arrive in snowy Surrey after flying from Hollywood glamour.
Dressed in her Louboutin high heels and dragging her Louis Vuitton suitcase behind her, she travels cobbled streets and winding roads to find a cozy little cottage where she will stay for the new weeks.
And this quintessential English cottage, named Honeysuckle Cottage, is now available to rent on Airbnb for those looking to step into the scene, Hoot’s reports.
Although the interior of the cottage was actually a film set, the inspiration came from this beautiful home – and it will forever be known as The Holiday cottage.
The house can be rented for £295 per night on popular house rental website Airbnb.
The cottage has some wonderful unique features such as exposed beams, a huge fireplace with a wood-burning stove, and somewhat dangerously low ceilings, but it’s actually a lot bigger than it looks on the movie, as it has three bedrooms that can accommodate up to five people. people.
In addition, there is underfloor heating and an AGA too.
To make things even better, during the holiday season, residents decorate the house with fairy lights and a Christmas tree so you really feel like you stepped into the movie.
You can check the full list on Airbnb here.
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Manchester Airport apologizes for ‘unacceptable’ service as passengers wait HOURS for luggage
Manchester Airport has issued an apology after passengers said they waited up to SEVEN hours for their bags at baggage claim.
The airport has apologized for the “unacceptable levels of service” experienced by many travelers during the busy holiday season.
He said the delays were due to “significant staffing challenges” at Swissport, the handling company in charge of baggage operations at Manchester Airport.
Some passengers reported people “lying on the ground” facing hour-long delays.
Others criticized the lack of communication from the airport while they waited.
The longest reported delay came from a passenger who said on Twitter: ‘Up to seven hours baggage delay in Manchester – it’s going to be a long night.
Another wrote: ‘2 hours since landing and 150 very bored kids (and their parents) still waiting for their bags.’
Someone else said: ‘We landed at 11.45am, it’s now 1.15pm and despite an announcement that our bags would be on the carousel in about 10-15 minutes, we still have no bags and you don’t have no staff available to answer questions or help you. It’s not good enough. Where are our bags! ? »
And another commented: “Waiting in T2 baggage claim for over an hour. No sign of baggage, no sign of movement. Passengers lying on the floor.
In a report, Manchester Airport said“We have been aware of the significant staffing challenges Swissport is facing, which is impacting the arrival experience for passengers flying with the airlines it supports.
“This may cause delays for passengers who may disembark their aircraft and for the baggage claim process during that evening.
“It is disappointing that – despite assurances to the contrary – Swissport is unable to provide adequate resources during the busiest weekend of the Christmas travel period and we apologize to all passengers who have experienced unacceptable levels of service.
“We have mobilized a support team at Manchester Airport to minimize disruption and are seeking urgent clarification on the steps Swissport is taking to address the challenges it is facing.
“We would like to thank the Swissport team who are currently operating at the airport in such difficult circumstances, as well as our colleagues at the airport for their support.
“Thank you to all affected passengers for their patience and our sincere apologies once again for any disruptions they may be experiencing.”
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