Thursdays 20 and 27 September
If you plan to visit Cyprus next summer, the next two Thursdays are significant dates for easyJet customers. With flights from regional airports around the UK including Luton, Gatwick, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh, an average aircraft age of only 6 years, and family-friendly policies such as free carriage of car and booster seats, and their low-cost ‘hands free’ option if you are happy to travel light, this airline is a popular choice for flights around Europe.
easyJet ‘Hands Free’
This allows you to check in hand luggage for a flat fee at the airport. There are advantages for both the airline and traveller…
Travellers can take toiletries and liquids in larger sizes than 100 ml without the faff of putting everything into zip lock bags. It also saves you lugging hand luggage through security and departures. And you can still take a small under-the-seat laptop or handbag on board. If you haven’t brought a bag, you will be provided with a small plastic bag at the bag drop for your valuables and essentials. You will be called to board after the ‘Speedy Boarders’ with your luggage tagged as ‘Priority’ to come off the carousel first.
For easyJet it eases the congestion in the cabin overhead lockers, and adds another small ‘extra’ charge to your booking.
Sounds like a win-win!
More details: easyJet Hands Free
The early bird catches the worm!
Then set your alarm for Thursday morning and hop onto the easyJet website… early risers get the best flight deals!
Our photo shows an easyJet Airbus A320 turning over Pissouri on its flight path to Paphos.
Tip: to see a great aerial view of Pissouri on arrival, it’s often best to choose seats on the right-hand side of the plane.