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The Multi-Stop is also known as Multi-Destination and Multi-City.
Multiple answers on EasyJet
Anyone know if there is a way to make multi-city trips with EasyJet so that everything is on one single pass (in case of delays/cancellations)? I' m looking at flights from Barcelona to Sicily via Milan. This website seems to restrict the search to flights, or maybe I am lacking something?
But I can go to Milan, then Milan to Palermo or Catania and make both payments at the same of them. I' m not sure that qualifies as a single pass. No, you cannot make Multi-City bookings via the EasyJet system. EasyJet is a point-to-point airline (flies only from departures and arrivals airports) and does not provide a connection flight connection for further journeys with our flights or flights of other carriers.
When you have purchased a connecting ticket with us, this constitutes a seperate agreement and we will consider each ticket as a seperate itinerary. It' s the first real Easyjet experience, especially as I hesitate to make a booking with Vueling as I have some of the review I found here and elsewhere.
However, I am not sure whether I can book two flights separately. However, I have a personal liability plan, so it might just pay for any problems that might occur; I need to check my policies before book. easierJet is better than Vueling from what I was reading. Laura, Vueling has a non-stop service between Barcelona and Palermo. easilyJet has non-stop services between Barcelona and Milan and then Milan and Palermo, but unfortunately none between Barcelona and Palermo.
I' d take the Vueling nonstop. I only flew Vueling once, but I had no problems. I would much rather take 2 nonstop hrs on a connection that extends my journey times by hrs. In my opinion, most low fares in Europe are "point point" carriers, i.e. they are only in charge of getting you to your final destinations.
I' ve been told of cases where someone was booking a connection with RyanAir and was behind schedule on the first stage, so he skipped the second stage. Although both flights were operated with RyanAir and RyanAir was to blame for the delay of the first one, they took no blame for taking the individual to their final destinations.
When you miss the second plane, you buy a new one - even if the first plane was delayed. The Ryanair website provides a "round trip" feature, but still sells two distinct seats, as well as a distinct search for each seat. So I flew fueling and EasyJet, I like fueling for comforts.
It looks like viceling non-stop to palermo. Prizes only get nearer to the trip. Actually, I already bought my big flights to/from the USA. I have not used any of the EU's "budget" carriers, so I was not sure if there was anything else to consider. Well, it does sound like long-haul flights.