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easyJet sees return to growth in seat revenue in third quarter

easyJet sees return to growth in seat revenue in third quarter

4 days ago Airline News

Luton-based easyJet has revealed total revenue per seat rose 2.2 per cent for the three months ended June 30th, when stripping out exchange-rate fluctuations. The low-cost carrier had projected a low single-digit per-seat revenue decline in the period after the key performance metric fell 9.7 per cent in the first six months.

easyJet plans Austria base as insurance against Brexit

easyJet plans Austria base as insurance against Brexit

14 July 2017 Airline News

Low-cost carrier easyJet is planning to establish a new company in Austria as it seeks to protect its business from the impact of Brexit. As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, the Luton-based carrier said it would establish a new airline, EasyJet Europe, based in Vienna.

easyJet to fly from Southampton for first time this autumn

easyJet to fly from Southampton for first time this autumn

12 July 2017 Airline News Tourism News

easyJet has announced it is to start flying from a new UK airport with a new route from Southampton to Geneva. It will be the first time the airline has ever operated from the South Coast airport and aims to provide passengers from across the region with additional options for winter ski holidays or connecting through the Swiss hub. 

easyJet launches new Amazon Alexa skill

easyJet launches new Amazon Alexa skill

easyJet has become the first European airline to launch an Amazon Alexa skill that enables passengers to easily and quickly check their flight status. Skills are Alexa’s in-built capabilities that enable users to interact with devices, like Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot, using just their voice.

easyJet reports robust results for first quarter of 2017

easyJet reports robust results for first quarter of 2017

24 January 2017 Airline News

Low-cost airline easyJet has continues to deliver on its strategy, reporting a solid first quarter, in line with expectations. A purposeful investment in capacity across core markets from the Luton-based airline supported an 8.2 per cent increase in passengers, while revenue per seat was better than previously guided on broadly flat load factors.