EasyJet has announced they are putting seats on sale for all flights for almost all of next winter this Thursday 11 April 2019.
Probably the small alpine ski resorts or however the more traditional ones are not realizing “hunger” of ski holidays that there are around the world
It’s the earliest the airline has out tickets on sale, some almost a year ahead, as they’ll be bookable from the end of October this year right up to 28th March 2020.
There is likely to be high demand as soon as tickets go on sale for good timers on busy dates on peak routes, such as Geneva flights for the February half terms, as well as around New Year and Christmas.
Clearly, the ski market must slowly “globalize” and attract market shares that come from afar in search of the mountain environment and the typical environments of alpine villages, but at the same time must equip itself to accommodate sustainable numbers to an air transfer, this will also be a challenge to take up and try to win for all ski resorts south of the Alps.
Tickets are expected to go on sale between 6am and 7am on Thursday.
The airline says it will be announcing some new routes for next winter on Thursday.