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EZJ Easyjet Plc

448.90
-2.20 (-0.49%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -2.20 -0.49% 448.90 449.50 450.20 452.80 443.40 448.90 8,445,967 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Air Transport, Scheduled 8.17B 324M 0.4274 10.53 3.41B
Easyjet Plc is listed in the Air Transport, Scheduled sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EZJ. The last closing price for Easyjet was 451.10p. Over the last year, Easyjet shares have traded in a share price range of 350.40p to 590.80p.

Easyjet currently has 758,000,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Easyjet is £3.41 billion. Easyjet has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 10.53.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/7/2022
17:38
It's across the board.
BP down 7% due to Oil dropping, which you think would help airlines .

You're trying to second guess the algorithm trades, which is never going to happen.
It's a false market at the moment.

m1k3y1
05/7/2022
17:14
The towel throwing is under way, starting to look interesting, share price dropping to try and price in cash raises and at what level, 275/300 must be potential targets?
ny boy
05/7/2022
13:56
Off 5% today same as every day.
blueball
05/7/2022
09:15
These cancellations must be costing EZJ a fortune. Our personal experience re our flight cancelled was £150 return flight repaid and £700 compensation. So EZJ out of £700 just on two individuals. Also loss of goodwill. No wonder the COO was pushed
smithless
04/7/2022
17:49
my pleasure tah.
blueball
04/7/2022
17:18
Anyone fancy joining me and we can launch a takeover bid.We might get it for £1 with current debt levels.
ccsicemanandrew
04/7/2022
16:32
blueball - thanks for that. cheering me up !
tahmina1
04/7/2022
13:54
This will be eyed up by a predator ...
gswredland
04/7/2022
13:27
EZJ

EasyJet chief operating officer resigns

m1k3y1
04/7/2022
12:13
Your wish has been granted.
goodapple
04/7/2022
11:31
The only hope EJ have for survival is the immediate resignation of the ex Ryanair COO, previously described by MOL as fu..ing useless!
antonh
03/7/2022
21:42
Staffing problems will only get sorted when MANAGEMENT drop the “You Know Where The Door Is” attitude.
Furlough, was the best thing that happened to Airport Staff. It showed there was ANOTHER LIFE outside those Perimeter Fences.

investtofly
03/7/2022
21:03
They are making money. I have a trip booked for 6 people. One of the travellers had his flight cancelled on Thursday. £165 refund. We rebooked on the next flight. £335Cancel cheap tickets and charge loads more for the replacementClever tactics (By the way I have a decent amount invested here, so really want them to do well) I am nervous though. Oh and one of my staff spent 11 hours in Bristol Airport yesterday. Easyjet cancelled loads of lights apparently. Absolute chaos. She went home after 11 hours no holiday
weaverbeever
03/7/2022
20:36
Citadel, BlackRock and Marshall Wace have raised their short positions in IAG (5.15%) EZJ (4.14%) WIZZ (3.7%) betting on more travel chaos this summer. Front page of today Business section of the Sunday Times
r9505571
02/7/2022
08:45
Just had flights for a 15 person booking cancelled and rebooked to a stupid time. 3 flights cancelled in last two months. People will not forget this
inaminute
30/6/2022
18:07
Yes just like purplebricks won't drop much below 25p, do you remember?
bc4
30/6/2022
16:07
The final leg down, capitulation stage coming up before loading the truck imo
ny boy
30/6/2022
14:54
Listen to TOWK2 let it fall till it finds support.
blueball
30/6/2022
14:11
Easyjet only cancelled a small prectange of their flights. in Q2 they operated 140000 flightes carrying 22million passengers.

There is unprecedented demand for air travel depite almost double fare costs. Airlines ordering more aircraft.

The only problem with the airline SPs is shorters/BOTS manipulating the share price

easyJet plc 20-JUNE-2022

Summer 2022 trading update



In the quarter ending 30 June easyJet plans to operate around 140,000 flights, carrying around 22m passengers, with capacity planned to be 550% of the same period in 2021. Demand for travel has returned with April and May passengers seven times the same months last year.



Given the unprecedented ramp up, the aviation industry across Europe is experiencing operational issues with root causes similar to the post covid supply chain issues being seen in many other parts of the economy. The challenges include air traffic control delays and staff shortages in ground handling and at airports, resulting in increased aircraft turnaround times and delayed departures which have a knock-on effect resulting in flight cancellations. A very tight labour market for the whole ecosystem including crew, compounded by increased ID check times, has reduced planned resilience further. This is reflected in the flight caps announced recently at two of our biggest airports, London Gatwick and Amsterdam.



In response to these caps and in order to build additional resilience, easyJet is proactively consolidating a number of flights across affected airports. This provides customers with advance notice and the potential to rebook onto alternative flights. Given easyJet’s high frequency network, we expect to be able to rebook the majority of customers on alternative flights, with many being on the same day as originally booked for.



As a result of these pre-emptive actions, easyJet now expects its third quarter capacity, to 30 June 2022, to be around 87% of FY19 levels, and Q4, to 30 September 2022, to be around 90% of FY19 levels. There will be a cost impact from disruption, coupled with the enhanced resilience easyJet is putting in place this summer, from additional wet leased aircraft, crew costs and airport charges. We will therefore exceed the previously provided operating CASK ex fuel guidance. We believe that these capacity/cost impacts are a one-off this summer as we would expect all parties to build greater resilience in time for 2023 peak periods.



Booking momentum has continued with demand for travel this summer remaining strong, with Q3 currently 86% sold with ticket yields up c.2% and Q4 48% sold and ticket yields up c.14%. This Q4 booking position is broadly in line with where we were at the same point in FY19. We will continue to fine tune our schedule in the light of industry conditions as we move through the summer season in order to deliver for our customers.



The medium-term outlook for easyJet remains attractive and in the last couple of days, we have been notified that we have won an additional three aircraft worth of slots at Lisbon Airport. These slots will become available from this winter.

vulcan2
30/6/2022
10:32
This will hit 3 pound lots of flights still bing canceled
michelle74
30/6/2022
10:23
Must be a value here though. Wont go bust and more people than ever flying. £2 would be a bit low imho £3 not off the table though.
oakville
30/6/2022
10:03
flying lowwwwwwwwwwwwww lol
datait
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