Flexible fares are offered on tickets that are £79 (€93) one way, and come with services such as free date changes within four weeks of the travel dates, up-front seating, priority boarding and one checked and one carry-on baggage allowance.
It’s the latest trend out of no-frills airlines which were initially created to cater to budget-conscious consumers.
Now, carriers like Ryanair and easyJet are going after the other end of the market spectrum, trying to poach customer loyalty away from full-service carriers with upgrades which offer similar products at a fraction of the price.
Ryanair estimates that 22 percent of its passengers are corporate flyers, while easyJet pegs their numbers at 10 million a year.
EasyJet’s fast track security program will first be offered at airports in the UK, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland and France before rolling out system-wide.