easyJet plc (EZJ.L)
17 Jan 2017
Tue, Nov 15 2016
BERLIN, Nov 15 Starting flights from Frankfurt airport, following rival Ryanair, is not on the cards right now for easyJet, the British carrier's chief executive said on Tuesday.
* Shares up 2.7 percent (Adds more on European licence, CEO comment, capacity)
BERLIN, Nov 15 British low-cost airline easyJet said it expected currency headwinds and measures to mitigate Britain's vote to leave the EU to hit earnings again in 2017 after reporting its first fall in annual profit in six years.
PARIS, Nov 2 Low-cost airline easyJet will not wait for Britain to formally leave the European Union before getting an air operator's certificate (AOC) in another European Union country, French newspaper Les Echos cited its chief executive as saying on Wednesday.
PARIS, Nov 2 French air travel demand has recovered to levels pre-dating the militant Islamist attacks that took place last November and during the summer of this year, Les Echos newspaper reported on Wednesday citing easyJet Chief Executive Carolyn McCall.
LONDON, Oct 7 Continental European stock markets fell on Friday, with vouchers company Edenred and airline easyJet among the worst-performers, although a new slump in sterling propped up Britain's FTSE 100.
LONDON, Oct 6 Britain's top shares index fell on Thursday, although it remained near record highs, with budget airline easyJet sliding lower after issuing a profit warning.
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LONDON, Oct 6 British budget airline easyJet warned that annual profit had fallen by more than a quarter and hinted that trading would remain tough as fares continue to decline and a weak pound weighs, sending its shares down 6 percent.
LONDON, Oct 6 Britain's top share index edged down on Thursday, with budget airline easyJet leading the market lower after warning its profit would fall by more than 25 percent this year.