EasyJet Holidays will offer agents an extra 2% commission on early peaks bookings in the new year.
The uplift will apply to sales made between 4 January and 19 January in recognition of agents’ value to the travel industry.
The operator said the move also sought to "give something back" for their support during a challenging year.
The additional commission will apply to holidays departing from 1 April 2021 through to 26 March 2022, and will be paid on invoice.
No targets are required to be met or minimum number of holidays sold in order to receive the commission, easyJet Holidays also confirmed.
Brad Bennetts, easyJet Holidays’ head of distribution, said: “It’s been a tough year for the travel industry, and we recognise the challenges our trade partners have faced.
“We only launched to trade in August, and we’ve been blown away by the response and support we’ve seen so far.
"We want to support trade agents at a time when it matters most, so we’re delighted to offer an extra 2% commission during the key turn-of-year period.
“We’re really looking forward to continuing our successful partnership with the trade in 2021 and helping many more people enjoy well-earned holidays.”
EasyJet Holidays is also offering £100pp off all summer 2021 beach holidays of seven nights or more.