easyJet voted Best Low-Cost Airline at Business Traveller Awards

easyJet, the UK-based European regional airline, has again been named the Best Low-Cost Airline at the annual Business Traveller Awards.

The 2022 Business Traveller Awards were announced at London’s Royal Garden hotel on Monday October 31, by the publishers of Business Traveller magazine. This year’s awards were attended by more than 200 industry leaders.

The award, voted for by the readers of Business Traveller magazine, acknowledged the new products that have been added to easyJet’s offering In the last year such as the launch of its lounge in partnership with No1 Lounges at Gatwick airport, as well as launching carbon reporting for corporate customers to help businesses measure the impact of the carbon emissions offsetting when flying with easyJet, and the resulting cost savings for their business travel programmes.

James Marchant, Head of Business Development for easyJet, commented: ‘We know it is important for our business customers to be connected in person with their colleagues and customers across Europe and that when they need to fly, they want the best value, a convenient schedule to Europe’s primary airports and to travel with a responsible airline which is serious in its commitment to reducing its carbon emissions, to help their own business do the same. We’re incredibly proud to receive this award which demonstrates that easyJet not only serves the needs of our business customers but helps them maximise their return on investment in people.’

The readers of Business Traveller Magazine have praised the airline’s commitment to offering low fares and operating to looked-for destinations at convenient times, as well as ease of booking and travel.

easyJet serves 19 UK airports, offering over 464 routes to over 135 airports from the UK to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. More information on easyJet’s UK network is available at easyJet.com.

The airline was named as Britain’s Most Admired Company of 2020 in the transport sector, retaining the leading position for a second year running. Britain’s Most Admired Companies study is the longest-running annual survey of corporate reputation in the UK.