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Airline name: Easyjet

Easyjet ICAO code: EZY

Easyjet website: www.easyjet.com

With headquarters at London's Luton Airport, EasyJet is notably the British airline that carries the most passengers each year. From the time it was created in 1995, this company grew quite rapidly by taking advantage of the increased demand for low-cost air transportation. Within a decade, it established nearly twenty bases across Europe, and reached an impressive volume of nearly 50 million passengers per year. As of 2011, EasyJet is the second largest low-cost airline. At this time, it features an impressive fleet size of 184 airplanes (most of which are Airbus A319-100 and A320-200), which attended to nearly one hundred and thirty destinations across Europe, Africa and Asia. Originally, EasyJet adopted an unconventional but effective telephone-only booking system; it soon improved upon with a comprehensive on-line booking system that would eventually prompt the slogan "the web's favourite airline". This is part of its strategy of providing extremely competitive low cost tickets, which are possible by cutting back on every superfluous expense such as complimentary on board treats and refreshments.

Major Easyjet hubs

Easyjet operates flights to and from a wide selection of airports across Europe. Of all of the airports that Easyjet serves, the following are some of the most popular:

London Gatwick, United Kingdom (LGW) See all low cost airline flights to London Gatwick
Geneva, Switzerland (GVA) See all low cost airline flights to Geneva
Bristol, United Kingdom (BRS) See all low cost airline flights to Bristol
Milan Malpensa, Italy (MXP) See all low cost airline flights to Milan Malpensa
EuroAirport Mulhouse, France (EAP) See all low cost airline flights to EuroAirport Mulhouse

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