Unique trips provider LuckyTrip has been added onto easyJet’s iOS mobile app.
LuckyTrip enables travellers to find trips tailored to their needs with one tap.
It applies filters to fit individual preferences such as beach holidays or active city breaks, enabling the app provide the appropriate flights, destination, hotel and activity.
The budget carrier hopes that adding LuckyTrip – awarded ‘best app of the year’ by Apple – will help make the digital holiday booking experience easier. The airline’s mobile app has been downloaded more than 25 million times.
LuckyTrip is one of a number of companies from corporate-backed accelerator and incubator, Founders Factory, run by Brent Hoberman and Henry Lane-Fox.
EasyJet started its partnership with Founders Factory to stay at the forfront of travel-tech and to support disruptive start-ups such as LuckyTrip catapult growth across Europe and beyond.
The airline’s digital, marketing and brand director James Millett said: “LuckyTrip is one of the fantastic companies Founders Factory and easyJet are supporting as it addresses strategic opportunities within the travel industry, helping to keep easyJet at the forefront of travel tech.”
LuckyTrip chief executive Tiff Burns added: “We started LuckyTrip in the kitchen of our flat in Hackney just a couple of years ago – we’re now the fastest growing travel inspiration app in Europe.
“Our mission is to inspire people to see the world’s hidden gems in the tap of a button.
“Partnering with easyJet is a big milestone for us and we’re excited to bring the LuckyTrip experience to millions of new customers.”
Founders Factory co-founder George Northcott said: “LuckyTrip is leading the industry with its mobile-first design and highly engaging content. We are excited to see this be made readily accessible to easyJet’s user base of 25m customers.”