Easyjet has started selling its new fares targeting the business traveller, designed to offer unlimited flexibility within a four-week period.
The budget carrier announced it would be targeting the corporate travel market on November 16, when Carolyn McCall, Easyjet’s CEO, said the business was seeing increasing numbers of business travellers.
Full details of the new fares have now been revealed. Travellers can make any number of date changes from one week before up to three weeks after the original booked travel date.
Passengers flying on a flexible ticket will also benefit from automatic speedy boarding, no booking fees and a check-in hold bag at no extra cost.
Paul Simmons, Easyjet’s UK general manager, said: “It means that if circumstances change, business passengers are not committed to their original flight and can now easily amend their booking without any unnecessary hassle and cost.”
The fare will initially only be available via business travel agencies, global distribution systems and self-booking tools, although Easyjet has said it plans to start offering the fare on its website at some point in the future.
For more information, visit www.easyjet.com/flexiblefare