easyJet join forces with Disneyland Paris to offer greater choice for Northern Ireland visitors
Published: 23 January 2013
easyJet and Disneyland Paris have today announced a partnership offering customers flying from Belfast International Airport a greater range of flexible travel and accommodation options when booking holidays to the resort.
easyJet has become one of Disneyland Paris’ recommended airlines in Europe and will now be offering its customers the opportunity to book park tickets via its website. In a reciprocal agreement, easyJet flights will also be available via the Disneyland Paris website.
The addition of easyJet to Disneyland Paris’ selection of travel partners means that guests flying from Northern Ireland will be able to select from a broader range of travel options. Up to 7 easyJet flights per week are available from Belfast International to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Additionally, Disneyland Paris is working with easyJet Holidays to offer holidays including flights, Disneyland Paris accommodation and park tickets in the near future.
Philippe Gas, Chief Executive of Disneyland Paris, said: “We’re delighted to work with easyJet to offer our guests the best possible travel options to the resort and a quality experience which begins with an easyJet flight. This new agreement demonstrates our dedication to finding the best transport arrangements for our guests.
“Nearly half of our guests come from abroad and almost a fifth travel by plane so it’s really important that we ensure that our guests have access to a wide range of travel options.”
Paul Simmons, easyJet UK Director said: “We believe that the new partnership with Disneyland Paris is a natural fit for both easyJet and Disney and will benefit the thousands of existing airline and easyJet Holidays customers we bring to Paris each year. The reciprocal deal means that those booking via the Disneyland Paris site can also take advantage of our extensive network offering over 1,000 flights a week to and from Paris, from over 50 cities across 14 countries.”
The agreement is effective immediately.