easyJet Airbus aircraft taxiing to the gate. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | James Dinsdale)

easyJet Targeting Further “Worldwide” Service Expansion

Low-cost airlines typically do not belong to airline alliances or participate in codeshare and interline agreements, making connections under a single itinerary difficult. U.K.-based easyJet’s hub distribution service dubbed “Worldwide by easyJet,” however, allows passengers of the low-cost airline to connect with partner airline flights, and vice versa, through interconnecting hubs. The service has over a dozen partner airlines today, and the number is set to grow further in the coming year, as reported by ch-aviation. “The response to 'Worldwide by…