Latest Travel Info
Paris Rail Strike – Charles De Gaulle & Orly Airports
11th December – 13th December
easyJet has been advised of a 36 hour rail strike which will affect SNCF & RER trains from 19:00 on Wednesday 11th December until 08:00 on Friday 13th December (CET time). If you plan on using train travel to/from the airport then please check with the train operating company before travelling and allow extra time for your journey.
Important message for customers travelling to / from London Gatwick by train
24th December - 01st January
Customers who plan to use the Brighton main line between London Victoria, Gatwick Airport and the south coast should be aware of changes to train services over the Christmas and New Year period.
Between 24th December and 01st January 2014 inclusive, three significant infrastructure upgrades will be carried out by Network Rail at London Victoria station, Gatwick Airport and a major junction between Redhill and Purley, all of which will have an impact on services operated by Southern, First Capital Connect and First Great Western on the main line and branch lines. You can check the latest information from these three train operators on their websites.
Customers are advised that Gatwick Express services will not operate from 25th December to 01st January. On 26th December, Southern will run services between London Bridge and Gatwick Airport (via East Grinstead where buses continue to Gatwick), and from 27th December to 01st January, Southern will operate services between London Victoria and Gatwick. Normal Gatwick Express services will resume on 02nd January.
First Capital Connect won't run trains between East Croydon and Gatwick Airport but its tickets will be valid on Southern services. London Victoria station will be closed on Boxing Day and reopen, with amended services until 01st January, on 27th December.
We strongly recommend that customers booked on easyJet flights from London Gatwick allow extra time for their journey to the airport if using the train.
Egyptian Security Situation
easyJet is continuously monitoring the situation in Egypt with all the appropriate authorities. Our current decision is to continue operating all planned services on schedule, whilst allowing all customers to make an informed choice by referring to the UK Government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice page. Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh remain unaffected and thus we will continue to operate normally. If the situation changes on either of these destinations we will advise customers via this webpage. If you require further information please refer to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice page here.
If you are due to travel to Egypt in the next 48 hours and you wish to change your flight to an alternative destination, then you may do so. To request a change then please contact our customer service team for assistance.
Rest of Network
The rest of the network is operating normally. We always recommend you check the status of your flight 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, particularly during times of delays and disruption, you are able to get the latest information about your flight via our updated Flight Tracker.
Our Operations Centre use this to provide up to date information about your flight if there are issues that impact your journey.
Help during a delay or cancellation
If you are delayed more than 2 hours or your flight is cancelled our disruption leaflet explains how we can provide you with assistance and how our airport staff are there to help you.