The Luton-based price range airline stated growth of the London hub would result in better festival from extra low cost carriers.
It is urging MPs to strengthen the third runway in the imminent Commons vote.
Chief business officer Robert Carey stated: “This growth would permit low value airways to supply new routes and greater festival on dozens extra UK and European routes.
“New entrants would release flights to UK and European airports no longer lately served via Heathrow.
“EasyJet’s prices are considerably less than legacy airways so its fares on those products and services could be less than the ones paid via passengers as of late.”
The corporate already operates from different primary “hub” airports reminiscent of Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris Charles De Gaulle.
Heathrow’s plan to construct a third runway used to be given Cabinet strengthen closing week and MPs will quickly vote on it.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling stated the £14billion runway, which may well be finished via 2026, could be funded totally via personal cash.