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easyJet launches Fearless Flyer Course

Published: 14 May 2013

easyJet, the UK’s largest airline and biggest operator from London Luton Airport, is launching a Fearless Flyer Course to help people conquer their phobia of flying in an aeroplane.

Led by Channel 4’s 'Fear of Flying' host, Lawrence Leyton, who has a remarkable record in helping fearful flyers, the course will last approximately 3 hours and will be held on 16 May in Watford. A dedicated easyJet Fearless Flyer flight will take off from London Luton Airport on 18 May to help the participants overcome their fear. 

Approximately one in six people has a fear of flying. Some passengers feel uncomfortable throughout the flight, but for others their fear prevents them from travelling on a plane altogether. To help nervous passengers overcome these fears, easyJet has teamed up with leading experts to offer the ‘Fearless Flyer’ course to complete the participants’ transformation from nervous passengers to Fearless Flyers. 

easyJet’s Fearless Flyer course costs £179 including the Experience Flight from London Luton Airport and participants can also take a companion with them on the flight for just £69. To book a place on one of these courses or to register for future courses at other locations please visit http://fearlessflyer.easyjet.com/ 

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For further information, contact Andrew McConnell in the easyJet press office: 01582 525252 / email: press.office@easyJet.com or 

Tim Jeans: 07979 593646

About easyJet:

easyJet operates Europe's No. 1 air transport network with a leading presence on Europe's top 100 routes and at Europe's 50 largest airports.

easyJet flies over 200 aircraft on more than 600 routes between over 130 airports in 30 countries.

More than 300 million Europeans live within one hour's drive of an easyJet airport, more than any other airline.

The airline takes sustainability seriously. easyJet invests in the latest technology, operates efficiently and fills most of its seats which means that an easyJet passenger's carbon footprint is 22% less than a passenger on a traditional airline, flying the same aircraft on the same route.

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