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Old 14th Dec 2020, 19:09
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Old 15th Dec 2020, 16:43
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Old 15th Dec 2020, 17:55
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You mean Winter 2021


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Old 15th Dec 2020, 20:13
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Old 17th Dec 2020, 13:34
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"A Family Bundle consists of one cabin bag per person where all persons are on a single booking. The max number of passengers for the group bundle is 6."

...so come February, will the cabin bag be of the significantly smaller size, and not really suitable for the annual summer holiday?
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Old 17th Dec 2020, 23:45
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Check the dimensions against one of your bags. Whilst your current bag might not be of the correct size, it will give you an idea of the dimensions and I think you will be surprised.

The current (IATA dimensions) size bag is actually pretty big.

In any event, if you can do an annual summer holiday with cabin baggage, I salute you.
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Old 18th Dec 2020, 08:12
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We (two adults and three teenagers) have been doing our annual summer holidays with just cabin baggage for the past few years ... however, I fear the new reduced size will just be a bridge too far.
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Old 18th Dec 2020, 21:40
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I definitely salute you. Though by my own admission, I pack the kitchen sink.

I donít know what size you usually bring but just to put it into perspective, the new dimensions are very close to the cabin crew trolley bag.
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Old 20th Dec 2020, 18:50
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55384120
Easyjet, which operates out of Luton, said it was planning to fly its current schedule over the coming days. "However, following the UK government's announcement implementing tier four restrictions which includes advice against travelling abroad, we understand some customers may now need to change their flights," the airline said. It said affected customers can transfer to an alternative flight free of charge, receive a voucher or can opt for a refund for any flight up until 30 December. Easyjet also flies out of Gatwick and Stansted.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 09:34
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The cabin bag will be reduced from a capacity of 44 to 30 litres ... so, basically, a reduction of one third.

I think we would really struggle to cope with that capacity for a holiday of 10/14 days.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 10:31
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Again, I don’t want to be appear like I’m mocking you, but I am genuinely amazed you can go away for up to 14 days with just 44 litres. Fair play to you...... hope your hotel room has a mangle. (Lol)
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 10:43
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About time cabin luggage sizing was reviewed. Some of the rucksacks and cases brought on board are ridiculously large and should belong in the hold. Those with small cases, handbags and coats have to store on laps or under seats because of no room in overhead lockers!
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 11:05
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Old 15th Jan 2021, 15:56
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Easyjet Holidays have cancelled all holidays until the end of March. However, the airline is still selling flights to beach destination (eg Tenerife) from mid February onwards

I know that EU261 doesn't kick in until 14 days before a flight, but I'm puzzled why the airline is still selling beach flights when they have effectively publicly stated that beach holidays with Easyjet are not going to happen until end March
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Old 15th Jan 2021, 16:08
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I would imagine most of the remaining February flights will be taken off sale shortly. Flights for first part of February were taken off sale this week.
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Old 15th Jan 2021, 21:48
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Good to know. My in-laws are booked BER to TFS on Feb 13th and were hoping for a cancellation and refund (presuming this applies to non-UK routes as well)
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Old 16th Jan 2021, 20:08
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Schedules now released out to 26-March-2022. I'm guessing the company really needs the cashflow
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Old 16th Jan 2021, 20:42
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havent they been on sale since mid december (rather than "now")
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Old 17th Jan 2021, 01:36
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I can see I had an email from them on 8th Jan promoting S21 but it noted 2022 up to March flights further down. I'm sure as well they were released early December and I had an email then but since deleted it.
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Old 3rd Feb 2021, 14:20
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Speaking of easyJet, one of their A319s came over my house a short time ago; G-EZIW. It seems to be on a day out from Lasham and back to Lasham. Currently flying around East Anglia at 36,000ft. I wonder if this is preparation for its departure for the US as it is supposedly going to United as N3303U?
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