Monday 26 January 2015

EasyJet buys more planes

Budget airline easyJet signalled confidence in future growth by lifting its dividend payout ratio to 40 per cent and adding 27 new planes to its fleet through exercising rights held with Airbus. The company, Europe's second largest


EasyJet names new sales agent for Jordan

UK-based EasyJet, one of the largest airline and number one air transport network in Europe, has signed Green Arrow Tours (GAT) as its official sales agent in Jordan. By virtue of the agreement, GAT will build on easyJet’s s


EasyJet to use ‘green taxiing system’

EasyJet, the UK’s largest airline, in collaboration with Honeywell and Safran, has announced that it will be the first airline to support the development and trial of the innovative new electric green taxiing system (EGTS). Due to the hig


British low-cost airline revenues grow 23pc

British low-cost airline easyJet said third-quarter revenues grew almost a quarter, helped by an uplift in the number of business travellers flying with the carrier. The Luton, southern England-based airline yesterday said revenues for the

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