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PostSubject: easyJet budget airline   Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:50 pm

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this might interest some of you who may be thinking of traveling soon

Sofia echo Thu, Nov 05 2009

British budget air carrier EasyJet will offer ticket prices for all destinations with a 30 per cent discount for the period November 6-10, Dnevnik daily said on November 5 2009.

The discount will be valid only if clients purchase tickets within the five-day period. Reportedly, a total of 11 million seats are on offer for this promotion, of which 30 000 were allocated for Bulgaria.

Once the promotional tickets are purchased during the discount window, they will be valid for the period January 4-March 30 2010. All tickets will automatically be added to the booking system and will be valid for every flight, for every day, during the promotional period, Dnevnik said.

From Bulgaria, EasyJet operates flights to London, Manchester, Madrid and Milano.

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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:12 pm

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Just had an email to say  Easyjet are now booking: flights for spring 2016 Stansted to Sofia from £34 Might be worth a look.

Also remember Ryanair will be starting the same route in May from about £20 so they say c

Maybe only £20, but £100 for your suitcase!

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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:33 pm

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Just had an email to say  Easyjet are now booking: flights for spring 2016 Stansted to Sofia from £34 Might be worth a look.

Also remember Ryanair will be starting the same route in May from about £20 so they say c

Maybe only £20, but £100 for your suitcase!


 Nice one Itchy you are more than likely spot on there

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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:35 am

Midweek June with Ryanair is £37.99 + £15.00 for a 15kg bag each way.

Not bad at all, methinks.
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:10 pm

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Midweek June with Ryanair is £37.99 + £15.00 for a 15kg bag each way.

Not bad at all, methinks.

So what happened to their £19.99 prices

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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Oct 07, 2015 8:22 pm

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Midweek June with Ryanair is £37.99 + £15.00 for a 15kg bag each way.

Not bad at all, methinks.

So what happened to their £19.99 prices

How about phoning them up and asking yourself if you're that aggrieved by it?
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:04 pm

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Midweek June with Ryanair is £37.99 + £15.00 for a 15kg bag each way.

Not bad at all, methinks.

So what happened to their £19.99 prices

How about phoning them up and asking yourself if you're that aggrieved by it?

No thanks Klanky why would I want to do that and lose even more money phoning them. I was purely making a point as they offered a new service at £19.99 but it seems they have not stuck to that. It has nothing to do with me being "aggrieved by it"

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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Thu Oct 08, 2015 6:35 am

Hi Oddball

I've already posted in the 'Welcome' forum.

Regarding the flights, they've probably had one seat at that price......

Anyway - I've never had any real problems with either Ryanair or Easyjet, I've no real objection to paying to reserve a seat (I'm 6'2" with knackered knees so it's definitely worth paying for reserved leg room for me) or extra for baggage. Let's face it, as long as you view the plane as a flying coach everything is normally pretty cool IMO.

As long as I can keep away from the sweaty, heaving mass of proles legging it across the tarmac I'm happy. g
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PostSubject: subject   Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:09 am

Forgive my ignorance, but what is a 'prole' ?
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:54 am

It's from Orwells' '1984', Justbazz.

The 'Proles' (from Proletariat) were the lower order of people who were spoon fed news and propaganda and were basically the States unimportant drones. Unthinking and easily led.

The term 'Prole' is now used as a rather condescending and sneering description for any group/rabble of people that the user sees as inferior. (Insert fascist/communist/Institute of Advanced Motorists smiley here).

But I'm a nice bloke....really....
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PostSubject: subject   Thu Oct 08, 2015 10:22 am

OK...got that! Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Apr 13, 2016 9:38 am

This coming Thursday – the cheapest time to book millions of seats? Includes Christmas 2016

Easyjet's prices are fluid and move based on demand for any particular flight. When they're released, they're usually priced cheaply, then this can change quickly depending on how many are booking. So if you can pounce when they're launched, you're often getting the very cheapest deal.
When does it launch the tickets?

They're released in five tranches throughout the year. Easyjet's prices are based on demand, so be ready to buy on the day it launches a new wave of tickets and you're likely to get a good deal.

This coming Thursday (14 Apr 2016) tickets go on sale for travel from 30 Oct 2016 to 5 Feb 2017, including flights over Christmas 2016 and the festive season. There's no one release time – tickets are likely to go on sale in batches throughout the day, though previously many tickets have gone on sale very early.

Of course, Easyjet may break previous convention and Thursday's price may not be cheapest. Yet in the past booking on seat-release day has worked well. Use common sense when you see the price though, and always do a flight comparison to see if other airlines can beat it.
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:10 am

EasyJet to turn you away if you're not 30 minutes early

In a bid to stop people dashing through security at the last minute, Easyjet will turn you away if you don't make the 30 minute cut-off point they've just introduced.

The low-cost airline company are saying that, anyone who tries to get through security barriers with less than half an hour to spare before departure, won't be allowed on the flight.

When on holiday, most people get to the airport around 4 million hours before their flight takes off, as Britain is a cautious country. However, for the tardy, you'll have to get your thumb out, or pay £80 to switch to another EasyJet flight.

This is going to be an irritant to those who do short haul flights, or those who only take hand-luggage, who may cut it fine when travelling. Half an hour is being added to their journeys, or they face being turned away.

At Gatwick, EasyJet are warning customers of the change with a note on their boarding passes: "Gatwick security control gates are automatically being timed to close 30 minutes before departure."

However, the passes also say that passengers should enter the security area with at least half an hour to spare, and asking EasyJet, they've admitted that someone who is in the nick of time to get through the barrier, is likely to be turned away from the gate.

An EasyJet spokesperson said: “Punctuality is important to our passengers and that is why we ask passengers to be at the gate no later than -30 minutes before the flight departs."

"This means that if passengers are still yet to clear security at -30 they will be unable to achieve this – particularly at larger airports like Gatwick when walks to some gates can take up to 20 minutes."

"We are implementing this, based on a proven model at Heathrow's Terminal 5, to eliminate unnecessary journeys for passengers who then need to be escorted landside. The vast majority of our passengers arrive as we suggest at the gate before -30 to board the aircraft."

Basically, the more time you leave, the better.
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PostSubject: Easyjet flights   Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:51 pm

Varnagirl has just sent me a PM to advise me that EasyJet are flying Gatwick to Varna from June, so I thought I would do a comparison on price. for 17th to 24th June This is what I came up with:-
WIZZAIR, Luton to Varna, depart 06.00hrs  £257.98 return
EASYJET, Gatwick to Varna, depart 16.45hrs June 17th, £54.98 I know that to get to Gatwick we have to negotiate the notorious M25 but for that saving I can put up with that
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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Tue Dec 13, 2016 1:54 pm

and anywhere is better than having to go to Luton...hate that Airport with a passion....


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PostSubject: Re: Easyjet   Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:23 pm

Checked prices for school holidays and in most cases EasyJet are at least £200 cheaper, so Wizzair will need to bring their prices into line or they could loose a lot of business
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