In addition to offering some decent value peak travel fares, and “package deals” with hotels, easyJet holidays are currently giving you a complimentary €50 spending money (loaded onto a Euro currency card) on holidays to Malta booked with them.
You can have a look at the full availability here.
Key terms are as follows:
- Book by: 31 January 2014
- Travel between: 1 May 2014 and 30 September 2014 (i.e. it includes all of peak season)
- Use Code: CASH50
With flights from Gatwick, assigned seats and a more “approachable” attitude to their customers, easyJet is far from the traumatic experience sometimes offered by its rival budget airlines, so you should have no concerns about flying with them (indeed, it recently ranked 7th in the 2013 World Airline Awards for low-cost airlines). Frankly, with the exception of paid-for refreshments and garish orange everywhere, it’s really no worse than any “premium” airline flying from Malta.
Obviously do your own research on available hotels but, just by way of example, 7 nights in June 2014 will cost as little as £230 for return flights + hotel, and then you’ve got the additional €50 spending money.