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Old 11th Jul 2017, 17:31
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SXF-TLL 2 weekly
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Unfortunately EZY just mentioned the new UK routes in their press release ... so might be more new routes (France/Portugal seems to be missing)
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Old 11th Jul 2017, 18:09
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Funny how they mention aircraft type on some routes, but not on all.
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Old 12th Jul 2017, 16:13
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Overview of the new routes
easyJet adds new routes in W17 :: Routesonline

Additional frequencies on existing routes not mentioned.
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Old 14th Jul 2017, 09:36
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Update on European AOC

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Old 14th Jul 2017, 16:33
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Interesting choice as there is currently no base in Austria nor Vienna.

Eurowings register their aircraft for Eurowings Europe in Austria, too.

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Old 14th Jul 2017, 17:08
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In the broad context of Brexit, there was a story in yesterday's FT to the effect that IAG had refused to divulge to the FT figures for % of shareholders from within the EU;post Brexit projections, presumably.

A crucial figure for IAG post Brexit.

And obviously for any easyJet "subsidiary."

° At least the lawyers will be making hay !
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Old 14th Jul 2017, 17:35
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Does Stelios living in Monaco count?
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Old 14th Jul 2017, 18:34
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In the broad context of Brexit, there was a story in yesterday's FT to the effect that IAG had refused to divulge to the FT figures for % of shareholders from within the EU;post Brexit projections, presumably.

A crucial figure for IAG post Brexit.

And obviously for any easyJet "subsidiary."

° At least the lawyers will be making hay !
http://www.standard.co.uk/business/j...-a3588116.html

Hardly a secret as Evening Standard has it.

IAG 24%, FR 42%
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Old 14th Jul 2017, 18:35
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Does Stelios living in Monaco count?
Cypriot citizen hence his 33% can count as EU.

This is one where board start being nice to him as if he decides he is British and designates as such then they screwed as would require 75% of the other shareholders to be EU citizens.
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 10:24
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That's certainly not what my browser tells me. (Notwithstanding the 23%: 24% error; after all, you never expect to get the correct small change from the representatives of the no class airline.)
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 12:20
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That's fast "To obtain an Austrian AOC. First a/c to transfer, Airbus A320 (msn TBC) to become OE-IVA 20 Jul 17" from Jethros
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 13:27
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Who is inline for the top job when it becomes available at the end of the year? Or should I say who is the smart money on.
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 13:51
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Who is inline for the top job when it becomes available at the end of the year? Or should I say who is the smart money on.
Hopefully someone a little more dynamic and ambitious for the airline than Caroline has been. easyJet has been profitable (very important!), but has stagnated somewhat, particularly outside the UK. I think they have found themselves squeezed between Wizz at the low end in Eastern Europe, FR going slightly upmarket and BA fighting back from the top down. The "mid-market" area they had positioned themselves in seems to be a squeezed from all sides.
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 13:57
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Hopefully someone a little more dynamic and ambitious for the airline than Caroline has been. easyJet has been profitable (very important!), but has stagnated somewhat, particularly outside the UK. I think they have found themselves squeezed between Wizz at the low end in Eastern Europe, FR going slightly upmarket and BA fighting back from the top down. The "mid-market" area they had positioned themselves in seems to be a squeezed from all sides.
Excellent and succinct assessment brian_dromey
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 14:22
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Without wishing to disagree with Brian, it's worth remembering that under Carolyn's tenure, Easyjet's reliability has improved tremendously. As a customer I feel I can buy a ticket and (barring major weather) be certain that I'll get to my destination with minimal delay

It may not have the energetic buzz of the 1990s, but it is very much an airline for which operational execution is extremely strong. That claim was more dubious under her predecessor
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 17:47
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That said, hasn't Stelios poured scorn over any attempts to get bigger and bigger?

Rather than being stagnant, they've maximised their aircraft in terms of passenger numbers filling well over 90% of their aircraft and as a result making big profits for their shareholders. I'd say they're doing just fine.

There are opportunities for growth, but the European market is almost saturated. There are too many airlines overstretching themselves and as a result putting on too many seats for passengers that aren't there.
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I'm somewhere in the middle. While CMC has made EZY a more attractive proposition for passengers, and yes the profits have reflected that, there are issues which have yet to be addressed.

Cost per seat is a bit high, which has left them fragile in bases where they don't have a leading position. Evident from the withdrawal in Hamburg, Rome and previously Madrid. There has also been an inability to gain marketshare in Germany outside Berlin, and of course being trapped by a more upmarket Ryanair, Wizzair and majors.
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 20:15
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Dannyboy39 - I would say they have been able to do this as the 319's are too small, the 321's are long overdue.
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Old 15th Jul 2017, 21:04
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Come the next high fuel price bloodbath,they will be one of the airlines that survives.

Edit: Also, come the next higher borrowing costs bloodbath, they will also be one of the airlines that survives and is stronger...

A lot of how their future is determined will come down to luck, though. If some kind of economic bloodbath happens while Ryanair are trying to work out what do do with hundreds of new planes, that is good for easyJet. If it happens after Ryanair have found things to do with hundreds of new planes, that is very bad for easyJet indeed!

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Old 15th Jul 2017, 21:52
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Originally Posted by brian_dromey View Post
Hopefully someone a little more dynamic and ambitious for the airline than Caroline has been. easyJet has been profitable (very important!), but has stagnated somewhat, particularly outside the UK. I think they have found themselves squeezed between Wizz at the low end in Eastern Europe, FR going slightly upmarket and BA fighting back from the top down. The "mid-market" area they had positioned themselves in seems to be a squeezed from all sides.
They needed a leader, they got a manager.
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