(Boursier.com) – EasyJet An additional 80,000 seats on existing routes from the UK will be added to the UK government’s ‘green list’. The low-cost company mainly targets Portugal and Gibraltar. He said he had seen his bookings explode from the UK within hours of the government revealing which places would be on the “green list” for travel this summer.
“We are disappointed that very few countries are on the green list because it is not justified by data or science and is not in line with the approach of reopening the national economy,” said Johan Lundgren, CEO of EasyJet. “However, EasyJet is currently the largest operator from the UK to the European countries on the Green List, and we have increased our flights to these destinations to bring back as many customers as possible, to reunite with them. We expect the number of countries on the green list to increase next month to include popular summer destinations, and we have flexible policies in place for customers to book with confidence and change their plans if necessary. ”
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