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API. and ezy

Scotland, United...
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API. and ezy

Booked with EZY many times, however on this occasion one of our party will have a new passport at time of travel

If I go ahead now with booking flights (for next September ) using current PP details, is it straightforward changing the details when new PP arrives.


Worthing, United...
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1. Re: API. and ezy


I checked this with Easyjet the other day and they said it was fine to amend API when a new passport is issued.


bristol uk
posts: 793
reviews: 50
2. Re: API. and ezy

This can be done via the website. I needed to put in my new passport details... I did manage it but it was a bit of a faff ! I would book the flights and simply not add the API until much nearer the time of travel.

Scotland, United...
posts: 1,227
reviews: 5
3. Re: API. and ezy

Thanks to both.

I did not realise that I could add API at a later date, thought it had to be done at time of booking.

I'm not great with PC's and did not want problems later on attempting to add details!

Amsterdam, The...
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for Amsterdam
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reviews: 74
4. Re: API. and ezy

People change their passports all the time (expired, lost, stolen etc) so it is not an issue to change then under My Bookings.

Scotland, United...
posts: 1,227
reviews: 5
5. Re: API. and ezy

Thanks. Feel reassured now.

6. Re: API. and ezy

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