Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Easyjet Plc LSE:EZJ London Ordinary Share GB00B7KR2P84 ORD 27 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +21.00p +1.74% 1,231.00p 1,231.00p 1,232.00p 1,244.00p 1,208.00p 1,208.00p 4,050,550 14:26:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 4,669.0 495.0 108.4 11.4 4,889.63

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19/9/2017
12:49
Ryanair is such a huge Behemoth these days, it's just a drop in the ocean.Over 100M passengers a year. So a few might get disgruntled. That'll pass the next time a £40 return flight to Spain crops up.No harm in EZJ picking a few of Ryanair's crumbs up mind but it won't be material.
chiefbrody
19/9/2017
12:41
Ryanair are getting more bad publicity on Radio Two at the moment. It doesn't sound very good for them at all.
tlobs2
19/9/2017
10:36
Arrogant little man
rathlindri
19/9/2017
08:52
Ryanair has written to 400,000 passengers to tell them that their flight has been cancelled after it admitted to a “mess-up”; on pilot rostering that left 18 million ticket holders wondering if their holiday plans would be ruined. In a hastily arranged press conference in Dublin on Monday afternoon amid a passenger revolt and a slump in the company’s share price, the normally combative chief executive Michael O’Leary apologised “unreservedly” for “a mess of our own making”. O’Leary blamed a one-off holiday pilot rostering issue, which if not tackled immediately would send the airline’s on-time punctuality below 50%, adding that it will cost Ryanair about €25m (£22m) in compensation payouts and other costs. But in a flash of the arrogance for which he is better known, O’Leary said that travellers vowing never to fly Ryanair again will almost certainly return to the airline because its prices are lower. “Our booking engine is full of passengers who have sworn they will never fly with us again,” he said. How wrong O'Leary is. Once you have been let down in such a manner you never return.
tlobs2
19/9/2017
08:43
Monarch 'restructuring' again ;) and when is their ATOL license up for renewal? Ryanair an airline for passengers who only care about price? Why anyone wants to give their money to MOL is a mystery. Air Berlin, Auf Wiedersehen! Thomas Cook suffering from strikes.Easyjet soon to carry 100 million passengers a year. Long haul relationship starting.Best of the bunch, yes.
calabrian
19/9/2017
07:09
It doesn't matter what price airline offer seats for. If you don't trust them you wont book with them particularly if you are making a booking for your whole family. So well done Ryanair, you have made the EasyJet option so much easier to consider. EasyJet will certainly need to increase capacity again in the near future. Sometimes it's not all about price. Thankfully :-) Not that our resident muppet QuePassa will understand this ..........
tlobs2
19/9/2017
06:57
QP I dont understand why you say there is massive overcapacity. Easyjet are filling their planes more than ever. Uncompetetive airlines are in trouble which bodes well for Easyjet. Ryanair have messed up. Fuel prices are stable at much lower levels than a few years ago. Brexit is having little impact on the UK economy. The outlook could hardly be much rosier.
amt
18/9/2017
15:51
LONDON, September 18 (Fitch) The partnership between Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) and easyJet shows the low-cost business model is gaining momentum in European long haul, Fitch Ratings says. This could eventually lead to similar transformational changes to European network carriers' long-haul markets as it did to short haul. We do not expect near-term rating actions for affected airlines but the sector landscape and financial standing of companies may be significantly affected in the long term. While NAS is developing low-cost operations on both short and long haul, easyJet and Ryanair are indirectly gaining access to long haul through partnerships. easyJet's short-haul passengers will be able to use a virtual platform to self-connect to flights with several partners, including NAS's mainly transatlantic long-haul flights. The service will start at London Gatwick and is planned to expand to other European airports. Similarly, in May Ryanair announced that passengers can book Air Europa's long-haul flights on Ryanair's website. The focus on growth and scale is the key driver for these partnerships between low-cost carriers (LCCs). NAS and Air Europa want further traffic to establish sustainable scale in their long-haul operations, whereas both Ryanair and easyJet want access to long-haul connecting traffic to support growth as they have already secured strong positions on short haul. Few international long-haul destinations are large enough to generate sufficient traffic all year round. Therefore, connecting traffic is likely to be required to develop sustainable and sizeable operations. Both partnerships in their current form will affect mostly North and Latin American destinations, which are lucrative for European network carriers. Among the three largest European network airlines IAG has the highest exposure to this region and therefore faces the greatest risk of long-term disruption. NAS's current operations on transatlantic routes are quite small compared to BA, but it intends to expand long haul rapidly from 12 aircraft in 2016 to 69 in 2019. The use of new more cost-efficient aircraft including the Boeing 787 and 737 MAX will help drive the development of low-cost long-haul operations. But the low-cost model on long haul may have some limitations, and its profitability is uncertain.
nick100
17/9/2017
19:17
The Ryanair debacle and PR disaster will cost them tens of thousands of customers and EasyJet will be there to pick up the pieces :-)
tlobs2
17/9/2017
11:01
Could it be the massive overcapacity in the whole sector which perhaps means that certain airlines just can't fill their planes at seat prices on certain routes which make starting the engines worthwhile any more? Seems to me that if any airline was making good money on given flights, it would find a way to staff those flights. The deleterious Price War caused by overcapacity continues to cause financial pain, injury, damage and dislocation to all participants in the short-haul sector and as a result sometimes even severe self-inflicted damage. Some airlines like Air Berlin have already become major casualties of The Price War. Others may or may not now be suffering from corporate trench foot from engaging too long in this unforgiving Price War, others nearing the ranks of the corporate walking-wounded. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
16/9/2017
08:53
Ryan air cancelling flights at short notice, article on BBC website, easy jet be picking up their disgruntled customers. hTtp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41291483
prewar
15/9/2017
16:57
seems that the outlook for the sector is getting worse and worse. It's been a terrible time for the EZJ share price recently and likely, in my opinion, to get bleaker as Brexit talks get uglier, competition in the sector further takes its toll, the Price War eats savagely into margins and management instability comes to the fore. It also seems to me that the Easyjet message gets less and less focused as they grasp for business by partnerships with Norwegian and others. An extremely embattled time ahead. And that's before you take account of the aggressive growth figures of its main competitors and see that Ryan and Wizz are far outstripping EasyJet. Of course, that highly-regarded and most accurate of brokers, Liberum issued a broker note on Wednesday and REITERATED their SELL RECOMMENDATION with an unchanged TARGET PRICE of 1100p. a very difficult time ahead with significant downside risk in my opinion. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/9/2017
16:31
LOL I see our resident doom mongering vote positive messages down freak has been here again. QuePassa, were you aware that people with a positive outlook on life live happier longer lives?
tlobs2
15/9/2017
15:48
Another good move re Air Berlin, distressed assets. More consolidation in sector and the strongest will prosper, long from here.
prewar
15/9/2017
15:46
Confirmation that the Air Berlin rumours that started a few weeks ago were in fact pretty spot on :-)
tlobs2
14/9/2017
15:33
Sorry have already done so
mastey
14/9/2017
15:32
What an opportunity to short sterling from these levels
mastey
14/9/2017
09:05
Nice start to the day. Keep the positive news flowing on in ..... :-)
tlobs2
13/9/2017
09:41
Easyjet CCO says hope to get one or two more other airports involved in new airline connection service before the end of the year Easyjet CCO says no cost ramifications from new airline connection service
nick100
13/9/2017
09:10
Excellent and innovative move on the part of EasyJet. Well done :-)
tlobs2
13/9/2017
08:48
Looks like a good move, bit more on BBC site http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41251537
prewar
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