The fleet consists of 107 Airbus A319s and 30 Boeing 737 aircraft.
EasyJet was founded in March 1995 by the Cypriot low-cost aviation pioneer Stelios Haji-Ioannou in London. His aim was to offer the first, cheap flights within Europe, affordable to anyone. The airlines advertised with the slogan "Making flying as affordable as a pair of jeans”. In 1997, EasyJet launched its website and this quickly proved to be an enormous success for the airline. Only a year later, the company purchased a 40% stake in the Swiss charter airline, TEA Basel. In 1999, it relocated its headquarters to Geneva and was renamed EasyJet Switzerland. After purchasing the airline Go Fly in 2002, EasyJet is now Europe's largest low-cost airline.
From its 16 hubs Easyjet flies more than 250 different routes to a total of 70 European and North African airports. Top easyjet airports in England are London, Manchester and Liverpool. Top routes from the UK for easyjet flights are cheap flights from London to Amsterdam, London-Paris or London to Edinburgh for example.