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EasyJet Warns First Ever Annual Loss Could Top $1 Billion

The headline loss before tax forecast for the year ended Sept. 30 of 815-845 million pounds was worse than the loss of 794 million expected by analysts

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EasyJet expands schedule on better than expected summer bookings

The airline, which for the three months to the end of June posted a headline loss before tax of 324.5 million pounds ($424 million) as flights were grounded due to the coronavirus pandemi

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EasyJet Resumes Flying With COVID-19 Measures In Place

Capacity will be at about 30% of usual in the busy July to September season, easyJet said

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Britain's EasyJet To Axe Up To 30% Of Staff

Ryanair said it would lay off 15% of its staff, while smaller budget carrier Wizz is reducing its workforce by 19%.

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EasyJet Says Finance Chief Findlay To Leave In 2021

Shares in easyJet, which had collapsed by over 60% since the coronavirus outbreak swept through Europe three months ago, jumped 18% in morning trade

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EasyJet To Restart Flights In June With Compulsory Masks

EasyJet's planes have been grounded since late March when the novel coronavirus spread across Europe.

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Easyjet's Battle With Founder Heads For May 22 Showdown

EasyJet wants to stick with the order, saying it is important for its future growth, and arguing the company has taken steps to bolster its finances

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Ted Baker Names Easyjet Executive John Barton As Chairman

The company announced job cuts earlier this year to reduce costs and said last month it has shut businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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EasyJet Says It Can Survive Lengthy Grounding During Coronavirus Crisis

EasyJet forecast headline pretax loss of 185 million to 205 million pounds for its first half to March 31, compared with a loss of 275 million pounds

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EasyJet Grounds Entire Fleet As Coronavirus Pushes Airlines To Brink

The health emergency has brought European air travel to a standstill, meaning airlines have no revenues and face a battle to survive.

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Easyjet Lifted By Tailwinds From Strong Demand And Thomas Cook's Demise

EasyJet said the failure of holiday company Thomas Cook last September lifted its revenue per seat by 1.5% in its first quarter - the three months to Dec. 31 - alongside a boost from "self-help" measures.

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Air Berlin Set For Final Farewell As Carve-up Talks Continue

The company has already agreed to sell a large part of its airline assets to domestic rival Lufthansa, and talks on other operations are taking place with Britain's easyJet and with Thomas Cook's German airline Condor

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Air Berlin Races To Clinch Deal With Lufthansa, EasyJet

Insolvent German airline Air Berlin hopes to conclude talks with Lufthansa and easyJet on a carve-up of its assets by the middle of next month as it races to secure jobs and keep flying.

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