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Money EasyJet losses narrow as airline reaps benefit of bumper winter

12:20  15 may  2018
12:20  15 may  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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Losses at EasyJet narrowed in the first half of the year after the budget airline enjoyed one of its best winters . The low-cost carrier reported a £68 million pre-tax loss in the six months to March 31, which compares with an £236 million loss in the same period last year. Headline profit before tax

Losses at EasyJet narrowed in the first half of the year after the budget airline enjoyed one of its best winters . Boss Johan Lundgren said: “ EasyJet has delivered an excellent performance reporting a profit of £8m, one of our best results ever in the winter trading period (excluding the one-off impact of

EasyJet losses narrow as airline reaps benefit of bumper winter © Provided by The Press Association EasyJet losses narrow as airline reaps benefit of bumper winter

Losses at EasyJet narrowed in the first half of the year after the budget airline enjoyed one of its best winters.

The low-cost carrier reported a £68 million pre-tax loss in the six months to March 31, which compares with an £236 million loss in the same period last year.

Headline profit before tax, excluding costs associated with its new operations in Berlin Tegel, came in at £8 million against a £212 million loss last year

EasyJet Commercial passenger aircraft © Reuters EasyJet Commercial passenger aircraft

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EasyJet losses narrow as airline reaps benefit of bumper winter . By Ravender Sembhy, Press Association City Editor Losses at EasyJet narrowed in the first half of the year after the budget airline enjoyed one of its best winters . Ryanair races through €750m share buyback as results loom.

British low-cost airline EasyJet slashed its first-half losses as a collapse of rivals boosted passenger numbers, but the performance was weighed down by Sales surged by a fifth to £2.2 billion as it reaped the benefits from the collapse of European rivals including Alitalia and Monarch, and a flight

Passenger numbers increased by three million, or 8.8%, to 36.8 million in the period, including 700,000 from Tegel.

EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren (EasyJet/PA)

The early Easter and “capacity reductions by other airlines” – including the collapse of Monarch and Air Berlin and the winter withdrawal of Ryanair from the UK domestic market – also helped boost the firm’s sales performance.

Boss Johan Lundgren said: “EasyJet has delivered an excellent performance reporting a profit of £8 million, one of our best results ever in the winter trading period (excluding the one-off impact of the start-up of our Tegel operation).

EasyJet Chief executive Johan Lundgren, © Press Association EasyJet Chief executive Johan Lundgren,

“Total revenue was above £2 billion for the first time, up almost 20% year on year. This was driven by a record number of passengers.”

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European low-cost giant easyJet has benefitted from the demise of Monarch and Air Berlin Capacity reductions by rival carriers has helped easyJet to post a smaller-than-expected first-half loss , with the airline The airline said the demise of Monarch and Air Berlin, coupled with Ryanair’s wave of flight

Mr Lundgren also revealed plans to introduce a new loyalty programme at the airline.

The figures show that EasyJet booked a £19 million charge for the sale and leaseback of 10 A319 aircraft in the period, a £1 million charge associated with an organisational review and a £4 million charge for “Brexit-related plans”.

This was on top of a £24 million charge for the integration of Berlin Tegel.

Last year, EasyJet snapped up part of Air Berlin’s operation for 40 million euro (£35.2 million), which included a raft of landing slots as well as the rights to operate passenger transport at Tegel.

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