Latest Travel Info
Last updated: 22nd October 2014 23:00 BST
Italian Industrial Action 24th October
easyJet has been advised of industrial action all day on Friday 24th October by public and private sector workers throughout Italy.
easyJet’s flights to and from all Italian airports will be affected, as well as all Italian public transport, and we apologise for any inconvenience that the strike may cause, despite this being beyond the airline’s control.
We are doing everything possible to minimise the impact to our customers, however we have had to proactively cancel a number of flights to and from Italy. All customers on the affected flights will be informed by SMS and eMail, with up to date information on this page of easyJet.com and our easyJet Flight Tracker. All our customers on cancelled flights are offered a free of charge transfer to a new flight or a full refund.
For real time information we strongly recommend that all customers flying to/ from Italy on Friday 24th October check the status of their flight on our Flight Tracker page before going to the airport. When using our mobile website (m.easyjet.com) or mobile apps on either iOS or Android devices we strongly urge customers to subscribe to push notifications to automatically receive updates relevant to specific flights.
There has been widespread media coverage of the outbreak of the Ebola virus affecting the countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia and the recent cases in the US and Spain. The health and safety of our crew and our passengers is our number one priority and therefore we want to make sure we share the most up to date information we have with you. The likelihood of a passenger who is infected with Ebola travelling on any airline in Europe is extremely low. There are a number of checks at the airports in the affected countries to prevent people from travelling. In addition, the risk that a passenger has been exposed to the disease is also extremely low – they would have had to have visited one of the three affected countries and been in direct contact with a severely ill sufferer of the Ebola virus or someone who has died from it. We’re in contact with the relevant authorities in all the countries we fly to and from to ensure that we have the most up to date information and we will update this travel advice section if their guidance changes or if any new measures affecting our passengers are introduced.
M23 Works commencing 15Sep14 - Approx Time of 10 Weeks. Affecting all passengers travelling by road to and from London Gatwick airport.
There will be bridge improvement works taking place between junctions 8 & 9 of the M23 which may cause some minor disruption to your road journey starting from 15 September. The work will take place on one carriageway at a time to ensure it can be carried out as quickly as possible and two lanes will remain open to traffic in each direction with a free recovery service provided to minimise disruption.
London Luton Airport
February 2014 - April 2015
There are major road works being undertaken to improve the link from the M1 to London Luton Airport and ease congestion. If you are travelling from London Luton Airport, please make sure you allow extra time. The road works will take over one year from February 2014 and Local Authorities are putting in place a number of diversions in order to minimise the disruption.
Motorists are advised to follow the signed diversion routes and allow extra time for their journeys.
Birmingham Airport - M42 Junction 6 Improvement Scheme – POSSIBLE DELAYS
16 June - November 2014
Please be aware that road works will be taking place from Monday 16 June to November 2014, in order to ease congestion by reducing excessive queues and delays at the M42 Junction 6.
Most of the works are scheduled to take place off peak between 2000 hours and 0600 hours in order to minimise disruption.
For the Highways Agency website please visit their website here
Casablanca airport – Terminal change
From 01st November 2014
easyJet would like to advise all passengers travelling to and from Casablanca airport that from 01st November we will be moving our operations from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1. All flights before that date will operate to and from Terminal 2 as normal.
Krakow Airport Terminal 1 Maintenance works
5th November 2014 to 30th June 2015
We have been informed by Krakow airport that they will be undergoing maintenance works on terminal 1 arrivals area between 5th November 2014 to 30 June 2015. Your flight will now arrive to terminal 2 which is closely situated to terminal 1 approximately 500 metres 4 to 6 minute walk alternatively there will be a shuttle bus between the two.
Rest of network
The rest of the network is operating normally. We always recommend That You check the flight tracker before heading to the airport to avoid any unnecessary disruption.
Flight Tracker Live Updates about your flight
As part of our promise to be open and upfront with you, you can now use our Flight Tracker tool to get the latest information about your flight. Our Operations Centre use this to Provide up to date information about your flight and if there are issues That may impact your journey.