EasyJet has begun selling its new flexible fare for business travellers on global distribution systems and through travel management companies and corporate self-booking tools but not on its own website.
An easyJet spokeswoman confirmed the premium fare would be available on easyJet.com soon, although this was “not imminent”.
The flexible fare allows unlimited changes to a booking in the week before the original travel date and for three weeks after and starts from £99.99 – £72 more than the cheapest easyJet standard fare.
Passengers will also enjoy priority boarding and be able to check in a bag at not cost.
EasyJet UK general manager Paul Simmons said: “Our flexible fare has been welcomed by TMCs and business travellers. It means business passengers are not committed to their original flight and can easily amend their booking without any unnecessary hassle and cost.”
In a sign of how easyJet has modified its business in the past six months, since a change of chief executive, the airline recommends those seeking more information on the fare contact their Galileo, Amadeus or Sabre representative.