easyJet (U2, London Luton) has confirmed that four more European carriers have signed up to its ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ hub distribution service.

Among the carriers are Italian leisure specialist, Neos (NO, Milan Malpensa), the Channel Islands-based Aurigny Air Services (GR, Guernsey), and French carriers La Compagnie (B0, Paris Orly), which specializes in all-premium transatlantic flights, and Corsair International (SS, Paris Orly), a TUI Group unit which offers leisure flights to the Caribbean, Canada, West Africa, and the Indian Ocean from its Paris Orly hub.

Having signed distribution partnerships, easyJet said Neos, Aurigny, La Compagnie, and Corsair stand-alone tickets will be available through its web portal by the end of the year. At the same time, easyJet customers will be also able to seamlessly connect their easyJet flight with Aurigny’s London Gatwick flights using the GatwickConnects product.

“The response to Worldwide by easyJet has been fantastic and we are excited to be meeting more latent customer demand through today’s new partnerships," Peter Duffy, Chief Commercial Officer for easyJet, said. "The take-up from customers in Jersey gives us confidence that we will see similar demand from Guernsey following our partnership with Aurigny. Partnering with Neos, La Compagnie and Corsair further extends the range of destinations we can serve our European customers and we will be working with our partners to roll-out the self-connect product to relevant airports.”

Unveiled earlier this month, Worldwide by easyJet allows easyJet passengers to connect with partner airline flights, and vice versa, through interconnecting hubs. Among those that have signed up thus far include Norwegian, WestJet, and Loganair. Though Worldwide by easyJet will initially focus on London Gatwick, there are plans to roll it out to other key airports around Europe including Paris CDG among others.