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easyJet teams up with Holiday Extras
easyJet, the UK's largest airline, is delighted to announce a new partnership with Holiday Extras that will enable travellers to save even more when booking their holiday.
easyJet customers can book their airport parking via a dedicated booking page, www.easyjet4parking.com. Powered by Holiday Extras, travellers can now book best price airport parking guaranteed, as well as the best choice of car parks and greatest availability.
Bill McKimm, head of ancillary revenue at easyJet, said:
"Our partnership with Holiday Extras, ensures that easyJet customers can save time and money when they pre-book airport car parking along with their easyJet flight.
These great value extras act as the perfect complement to our low-cost flights, customers can make their money go further during the turbulent economic climate."
Holiday Extras is the market leader in providing pre-booked car parking, offering more than 60,000 parking spaces at 26 airports throughout the UK.
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