easyJet have started selling flights for next winter early and at a fixed price of £29.99 on all routes including taxes and fees.
These are of course unprecedented times in the ski and travel trades and no one knows how things will look next winter yet, but easyJet say they are trying to help people see a way through the current problems.
The fixed price tickets (rather than the usual "from…" prices) are available in peak February half term and New year weeks as well as all other ski season dates on all routes up to 28th February 2021, the airline says.
Those unable to travel over the remainder of this season should be able to transfer their flights to next winter with flight change fees waived, the company says.
"We've taken the decision to put our flights for the winter season on sale today in order to support customers as much as possible during this time. For the first time flights will also go on sale with a flat fee of £29.99 including taxes and charges. Customers are also able to change their existing plans should they need to, or book a new break, with the reassurance that a change fee will not be applied," said Robert Carey, easyJet Chief Commercial Officer.
Tickets are on sale at the fixed price until midnight on 24th March, 2020.