EasyJet is offering passengers cheaper coronavirus tests ahead of new quarantine rules coming into force in England this month.
The airline has agreed a deal with two private testing firms to offer tests at a discount.
People flying into the country from high-risk areas will soon be able to end their quarantine early if they receive a negative test.
It has also become a requirement for many travellers to prove they have had a negative test before arriving in foreign countries.
EasyJet passengers in need of a test will be able to purchase one for £75.
EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren said: “I’m really pleased to be able to offer our customers convenient testing options at cheaper rates than are widely available on the market.
“This, coupled with the news that quarantine can be reduced with a negative test, is a key step towards travel getting back to normal.
“We continue to push for testing the efficacy of rapid testing technologies like antigen and Lamp testing which could be undertaken on departure at the airport and for further reducing quarantine, making it easier and less onerous for people to travel.
“It is clear that while testing will continue to be important to keeping people moving in the coming months, eventually the vaccine will play a role in reducing this and return travel to normal.
“Governments and industry need to work together to achieve this and we stand by ready to support where we can.”
The airline said customers can buy a home testing kit from Confirm Testing for £75 (retail price £119) or from CityDoc for £100 (retail price £185).
A test in a clinic is available through CityDoc for £150 (retail price £200).
Travellers arriving in England will be able to end their quarantine period with a negative coronavirus test after five days from December 15.
Under the new rules, passengers who arrive from a destination not on the government’s travel corridors list will still need to enter self-isolation.
But they can reduce the 14-day period by paying for a test from a private firm on or after day five.
Results will normally be issued in 24 to 48 hours. This means people could be released from quarantine six days after arrival.
EasyJet expects to fly no more than around 20 per cent of its planned capacity for the rest of the year, and recently recorded the first annual loss in its history by nosediving into the red by £1.27 billion.
A coronavirus testing facility opened at Gatwick on Monday, offering tests to passengers and airport employees for £60 each, and to the general public for £99.