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When it comes to airlines in the UK, the first thing that comes to mind is British Airways. British Airways is one of the best airlines in the world and handles millions of passengers annually transporting them to about more than 150 countries. British Airways still has maintained its position as the number one airline in Europe and one of the best airlines in the world. You can visit the British Airways website at www.britishairways.com. However there is lately a lot of competition for British Airways as more and more low cost airlines have entered the UK market. One of them is EasyJet, which is stated to be Europe’s leading low cost airlines. EasyJet plies on about 260 routes covering all major European destinations. It covers a total of 72 major destinations in Europe. The reason why these low cost airlines can bear to keep their costs low is that they don’t offer any extra frills on their flights. Hence in case you would like to take lunch, snacks or even water you will have to shell out extra pounds for the same. Moreover each airplane covers up to 15 destinations a day. Hence the turnaround time for each airline is less. You can visit the EasyJet website at www.easyjet.co.uk.

Most of the airlines in Europe have their own websites as a result of which you can see the destinations in Europe that a particular airline covers. You can fill in an online inquiry form filling in details about the date and the place of the destination that you would like to fly to and find out the price of the ticket. Since these airlines now have the facility of booking tickets online on their websites, middlemen like travel agents can be avoided completely. Also most of the European airlines also provide promotional offers like great discounts on bulk bookings, frequent flier miles and also discounts if you book your flights early. The airlines also offer facilities like hotel reservations, car rentals, etc. these airlines have a tie up with car rental agencies as well as hotels.

Let's have a look at some other airlines in the UK. There is the Jet2 Airline which has flights to major destinations in Europe. Everyday it has flights to Amsterdam, Alicante, London, Prague and Palma. You can visit the airlines site at www.jet2.com. Then there is the Virgin Atlantic Airline. Virgin Atlantic is also one of the most famous and favored airlines in the world. The list of airlines in Europe is growing at a rapid rate. This is because Europe is one of the hottest tourist spots in the world and is also becoming a major business destination lately. Europe is fast strengthening its hold in the IT industry, the most booming industry lately. As a result travel to and fro from Europe has increased at a rapid pace. Before booking your ticket it is advisable that you visit at least 3 websites of European Airlines to avail of low cost tickets and other benefits. Most of these sites have a promotional offer or tow at hand at any given point of time and you should take advantage of these offers.


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