easyjet has launched their first airport lounge experience in collaboration with No1 Lounges at the North Terminal at London Gatwick Airport where easyJet is the largest airline.
The lounge offers free wifi and a quiet place to work. Opening on 21 October, the new lounge can be booked in advance through easyJet’s exclusive partnership with Holiday Extras, or customers can simply book in on the day of travel. A range of one, two and three-hour packages are available with prices starting from just £18.50.
Flyers can tuck into complementary hot and cold menus with a selection of “enticing” dishes, served to their tables, alongside a range of self-serve side dishes and hot and cold drinks.
Destination-inspired signature dishes that hail from Europe, which change every quarter, are on the menu as well as the lounge’s own signature cocktail list.
Kids have their own den too.
The launch comes as the airline reports that business travel is returning to easyJet with corporates attracted by its value, network and approach to sustainability.
Rachael Smith, Commercial Proposition & Innovation Director for easyJet, commented:
“The launch is timely as we are seeing the recovery begin in the UK, not only for leisure travel where winter sun destinations are proving popular once again but for business travellers too, who are returning in their biggest numbers since before the pandemic.”
All easyjet passengers travelling through London Gatwick Airport North Terminal can book to use the lounge regardless of airline or travel ticket class. Or simply arrive at the lounge on the day and show easyJet board pass.
easyJet is Gatwick’s largest airline, and largest base, home to 71 easyJet aircraft serving over 120 routes across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
easyJet flew around 19m passengers to and from the airport in 2019 on 121 routes across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.