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easyJet crowned the Best Low Cost Airline
easyJet, the UK's largest airline, is delighted to announce that we have been crowned the Best Low Cost / No Frills Airline at this year's British Travel Awards.
The awards ceremony took place on Thursday 6 November at the Battersea Evolution. easyJet beat off stiff competition to win the coveted trophy.
As well as being crowned the Best Low Cost / No Frills Airline, easyJet won the silver award under the best flight booking website category for our website, easyjet.com .
Andy Harrison easyJet's Chief Executive, said:
"We're thrilled that easyjet has been voted the Best Low Cost / No Frills Airline. This award is testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff. It is their commitment that forms the foundation of our success, which enables us to deliver the best possible service day in, day out."
easyJet would like to thank everyone who voted for us.
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