EZJ.L - easyJet plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
1,647.00
+8.50 (+0.52%)
As of 8:12AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close1,638.50
Open1,643.50
Bid1,649.00 x 28000
Ask1,650.00 x 306100
Day's range1,643.50 - 1,654.00
52-week range1,135.25 - 1,808.50
Volume75,810
Avg. volume2,156,066
Market cap6.519B
Beta-0.27
PE ratio (TTM)14.78
EPS (TTM)111.40
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.41 (2.53%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-01
1y target est1,831.29
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  • Does easyJet plc (LON:EZJ) Have A Place In Your Portfolio?
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  • Reuters26 days ago

    EasyJet CEO says would be interested in setting up base in Heathrow

    The chief executive of low-cost airline EasyJet (EZJ.L) said on Thursday that he would be interested in setting up a base in Heathrow. No reason why we shouldn't be there and be there with a base," EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren told Reuters on the sidelines of the Paris Air Forum. Lundgren added he felt EasyJet coped well regarding competition from its Irish rival Ryanair (RYA.I) at the Southend airport in southern England, and reiterated that EasyJet had no interest in low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (NWC.OL).

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    EasyJet CEO says would be interested in setting up base in Heathrow

    The chief executive of low-cost airline EasyJet (Frankfurt: A1JTC1 - news) said on Thursday that he would be interested in setting up a base in Heathrow. No reason why we shouldn't be there and be there with a base," EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren told Reuters on the sidelines of the Paris Air Forum. Lundgren added he felt EasyJet coped well regarding competition from its Irish rival Ryanair at the Southend airport in southern England, and reiterated that EasyJet had no interest in low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (LSE: 0FGH.L - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    EasyJet wants role in consolidation if it makes sense - CEO

    EasyJet wants to be part of European airline sector consolidation but will only join the fray if it makes sense to do so, its Chief Executive Johan Lundgren said. "There is a long tail of small operators ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    BUZZ-Airlines: Davy ups Wizz Air, cuts easyJet

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  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    European passengers set for more flight delays by 2040- Eurocontrol

    The number of European flights delayed by up to 2 hours is set to increase seven-fold by 2040 due to greater travel demand and a lack of capacity on the ground and in the air to keep up with the growth, European network manager Eurocontrol said. Eurocontrol, which manages Europe's air traffic network, said in a report on Tuesday that flights in its region are due to increase 53 percent by 2040, but that airport capacity is set to rise by only 16 percent. It predicts that by 2040, around 470,000 passengers per day will be delayed by up to 2 hours, compared with around 50,000 passengers today.

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  • Italy's 5-Star, League plan to halt sale of Alitalia - League economics chief
    Reuters2 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Italy's 5-Star, League plan to halt sale of Alitalia -League economics chief

    The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League plan to halt the sale of Italy's insolvent national airline Alitalia (Stuttgart: 2278962.SG - news) , the League's economics chief Claudio Borghi said on Thursday.

  • easyJet to help small number of pilots with cost of training
    Reuters2 months ago

    easyJet to help small number of pilots with cost of training

    British budget airline easyJet has said it will cut the cost of training for a small number of pilots as part of a drive to attract a more diverse range of people to fly its planes. Newly qualified pilots who are chosen will have to pay 9,900 euros (8,648 pounds) for their so-called type rating course, with easyJet making up the balance of the bill, which is typically around 30,000 pounds. A type rating determines which kind of planes pilots can fly - a Boeing 737 or an Airbus A320 at Europe's low cost carriers Ryanair and easyJet respectively - and is sought by pilots after they gain their airline transport licence.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    easyJet to help small number of pilots with cost of training

    British budget airline easyJet has said it will cut the cost of training for a small number of pilots as part of a drive to attract a more diverse range of people to fly its planes. Flight schools and airlines are moving to sponsor more courses, or cut the cost of training, amidst a global shortage of trained pilots. Newly qualified pilots who are chosen will have to pay 9,900 euros ($11,680) for their so-called type rating course, with easyJet making up the balance of the bill, which is typically around 30,000 pounds ($40,470).

  • EasyJet to expand holiday business as it reduces losses
    The Guardian2 months ago

    EasyJet to expand holiday business as it reduces losses

    EasyJet’s business has been boosted by the collapse of rivals such as Monarch and Alitalia last year. EasyJet is planning to expand its holiday business and set up a new loyalty scheme as it targets a 30% leap in profits this year. The airline – boosted by the collapse of rivals such as Monarch and Alitalia last year – made a rare operating profit during the traditionally loss-making autumn and winter months.

  • FTSE gets energy boost while Vodafone flags
    Reuters2 months ago

    FTSE gets energy boost while Vodafone flags

    Britain's top share index hit a four-month high on Tuesday as oil majors rallied, though Vodafone's shares struggled after the world's second largest mobile operator said its boss was leaving. The FTSE blue-chip benchmark ended the day up 0.2 percent, while Vodafone's shares fell 4.3 percent, the worst-performing on the index. Vodafone, which also announced its full-year results, said CEO Vittorio Colao, who spent 10 years reshaping the group into a digital communications powerhouse, would be replaced by its current finance director.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Britain's FTSE gets energy boost while Vodafone flags

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  • Easyjet’s new boss Johan Lundgren bets on hotels and a loyalty scheme
    Evening Standard2 months ago

    Easyjet’s new boss Johan Lundgren bets on hotels and a loyalty scheme

    EasyJet’s new captain is to pitch the airline against his old firm by selling more holidays while introducing a loyalty scheme for flyers. Johan Lundgren, formerly at travel company TUI, said the airline would step up investment in its holidays business to persuade more travellers to book hotels through it. Lundgren has hired former TUI colleague Garry Wilson to build the division.

  • EasyJet CEO Says There Is No Fleet Order in the Short-Term
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    EasyJet CEO Says There Is No Fleet Order in the Short-Term

    Johan Lundgren, chief executive officer at EasyJet, discusses the company's earnings and outlook. He speaks with Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)

  • EasyJet sees profits soaring after rivals falter
    Reuters2 months ago

    EasyJet sees profits soaring after rivals falter

    British low-cost airline easyJet (EZJ.L) expects profits to rise more than 30 percent this year as it benefits from strong travel demand and the collapse of some smaller rivals. Looking to build on that momentum, new CEO Johan Lundgren also said on Tuesday he would expand the company's holiday business, loyalty scheme and business offering. EasyJet, Europe's second-biggest low-cost airline behind Ryanair (RYA.I), swung to a profit for the six months ended March 31, helped by the timing of Easter and the collapse of British rival Monarch last year and Italy's Alitalia going into administration, pushing more customers to easyJet.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    EasyJet sees profits soaring after rivals falter

    British low-cost airline easyJet expects profits to rise more than 30 percent this year as it benefits from strong travel demand and the collapse of some smaller rivals. Looking to build on that momentum, new CEO Johan Lundgren also said on Tuesday he would expand the company's holiday business, loyalty scheme and business offering. EasyJet (Frankfurt: A1JTC1 - news) , Europe's second-biggest low-cost airline behind Ryanair, swung to a profit for the six months ended March 31, helped by the timing of Easter and the collapse of British rival Monarch last year and Italy's Alitalia (Stuttgart: 2278962.SG - news) going into administration, pushing more customers to easyJet.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Vodafone weighs on Britain's FTSE after CEO steps down

    The announcement of the departure of Vodafone's boss later this year hit shares in the world's second largest mobile operator and held back Britain's leading stocks index on Tuesday morning. The FTSE blue-chip benchmark was broadly flat by 0840 GMT while Vodafone shares, index heavyweights, were the worst performer with a 2.5 percent fall. Vodafone, which also announced its full-year results, said CEO Vittorio Colao, who spent 10 years reshaping the group into a digital communications powerhouse would be replaced by its current finance director.

  • EasyJet beefs up package holidays and loyalty scheme as losses narrow
    The Telegraph2 months ago

    EasyJet beefs up package holidays and loyalty scheme as losses narrow

    EasyJet beefs up package holidays and loyalty scheme as losses narrow

  • EasyJet's first-half loss narrows to $92 million
    CNBC2 months ago

    EasyJet's first-half loss narrows to $92 million

    The British low-cost airline posted a narrower half-year pretax loss Tuesday and guided that it expected revenue per seat to be positive in the second half of the year.

  • EasyJet CEO Puts Stamp on Airline -- But Rules Out Norwegian Bid
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    EasyJet CEO Puts Stamp on Airline -- But Rules Out Norwegian Bid

    EasyJet Plc said it wants to expand its holiday-tour unit and attract more business travelers as new Chief Executive Officer Johan Lundgren moves the airline beyond an increasingly competitive discount market. Lundgren named five top managers Tuesday, led by the appointment of Garry Wilson from TUI AG to head the holiday arm, which will become a focus for investment along with a new loyalty program and measures to target corporate travelers. EasyJet is targeting a broader range of markets as the discount sector becomes an increasingly tough battleground, with network carriers setting up their own cut-price units and Ryanair Holdings Plc expanding operations.

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