EasyJet Holidays are planning to hold numerous trade days with the aim of connecting with agents and travel consultants to allow working relationships in the future.
Following the collapse of Thomas Cook, easyJet say they have been approached by agencies who would like to work with them and they are open for others to get in touch with a smilier view.
Garry Wilson, EasyJet Holidays chief executive, told TTG at the ABTA Travel Convention: “We want these days to be information gathering to work out what will work for agents and for us.”
EasyJet are keen to explore all avenues of opportunity as have expressed possibilities to reach towards new, more specific niches in the travel market, such as ski and cruise and stay.
easyJet are expected to launch a major upscale with their European presence flowing into the international market in the future. EasyJet have appointed The Travel Network Group’s former marketing director, Si Morris-Green to lead the strategy.
EasyJet are scheduled to launch in December with a major television and digital marketing campaign.