EasyJet winter 2021/ 2022 flights go on sale early – with fares to Spain, Italy and Portugal from £14.99

EASYJET has launched its winter 2021 / 2022 flights extra early, with seats on routes across Europe up to spring 2022. 

The airline is offering 36 million seats on flights from October 1, 2021, to March 26, 2022. 

Customers are also able to move existing bookings to this period, for free if changed more than 14 days before departure, and with no change fee within 14 days of departure when travel restrictions apply.

Destinations include Malaga, Tenerife, Rome and Lisbon, with fares from £14.99. 

EasyJet holidays has also launched its Winter 2021 programme today, with holidays available from 11 departure airports to a number of European destinations.

Accommodation options range from self-catering apartments to all-inclusive, in winter sun hotspots like the Canary Islands or city break destinations. 

Ali Gayward, UK Country Manager, for easyJet said: “We know many people’s holiday plans have been disrupted this year and so we’ve taken the decision to put our winter schedule for 2022 on sale early.

“So our customers can either make plans for next winter by booking a new break or, if they are rearranging their travel plans, have even more dates and destinations to choose from.” 

This month, easyJet and easyJet Holidays started offering passengers cheap Covid tests.

The budget airline and holiday company have announced partnerships with two testing firms Confirm Testing and City Doc, which means customers can get access to testing when it is required for entry into countries.

Several countries including Spain now ask tourists to provide evidence of a negative Covid test on arrival.

From today, holidaymakers returning to Britain from countries without a travel corridor can self-isolate from as little as five days, if they provide a negative Covid test. 

The new rules, which slash quarantine from ten days if the person takes a test, are part of the government’s new Test to Release scheme. 

Travellers must self-isolate on their return to Britain for five days, then pay for a private test from one of 11 government-approved test providers, costing  between £65pp and £150pp. 

Customers could face a wait of up to 48 hours for their test results though, meaning they could be forced to isolate for up to seven days. 

There are concerns that some test providers are also struggling to cope with demand, meaning travellers are having to wait up to 72 hours to receive their test results. 

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