Airlines have begun to offer more attractive flights to Europe this summer with Emirates and EasyJet introducing discounts on their flights, which are expected to see their share of revenue increase.
The Emirates A380 and Emirates A319, the two biggest long-haul carriers, will offer an option to book from the cabin on EasyJet and the JetBlue flight from London Heathrow to Barcelona, Spain.
The deals will start on July 15 and run until July 30.
EasyJet said the new deals would include an additional two nights for up to four people, free drinks and snacks, free meals on board and more.
Easyjet has already begun offering this discount for its regular flights between the UK and Europe.
The new deals will be available until September 15.
JetBlue, which launched its first offer of discounted flights on July 7, will also offer an additional three nights for a minimum of four people.
This is a cheaper option than the standard one-night-per-pass option offered by Emirates and is a major step forward for JetBlue.
The airline has been criticised for its frequent cancellations, and has also faced criticism over its poor booking system.
It said it has reduced the number of seats available to customers from 10,000 to 8,000 on long-distance flights.
It said on Monday that its booking system was also improving, allowing customers to book and pay for flights at a single screen and without needing to check the aircraft’s status.
JetBlue also said that it was working on a way to allow customers to pay for their flights directly from their phones or tablets.