Easyjet Plc
1.20 (0.25%)
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
  1.20 0.25% 476.10 478.40 478.90 482.00 471.40 480.00 3,773,284 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,458.0 -1,036.0 -159.0 - 3,609

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£3 next week
Impressive that EZJ managed to reduce the loss for the year by about £500m to around £200m in just the last quarter. I don't see how they'll keep that up though. Houseprices are coming down, mortgages going up, real wages declining and recession is being seen across retail businesses now. Maybe holidays will be the last thing people give up, though I honestly thought it would be food, heat and shelter!

The way things are going for the wider economy, I'm sceptical that they'll continue to stay profitable. EZJ traditionally loses money in the winter and I won't be very surprised to see this below £3 again in the spring, but there's a lot of love for EZJ out there in the market, so maybe it'll keep its head up.

Headline is “we are losing less money than before”. Hardly gripping is it, because they are still losing money. Plus winter is coming, fuel costs are still high, travel is being disrupted significantly, and consumers are totally skint. Those trends will get worse next year. But never mind, because the CEO creamed out £2.959 million, which for the more eagle eyed amoungst you is the same as the “headline EBITDA” waffle 😉
So I'm coding an app, part of it gives digested short data in charts.... Shorts in Travel and Leisure up C.100% since Nov18th yet EZJ 30% down... promising!Data here: https://twitter.com/albert__arthur/status/1602792356348035074?s=46&t=_hrhtbBmXcV_Drih3Lr3EQ
albert arthur
crazi, I very much doubt, this Christmas strikes will severely dent margins imo
Brokers cut EasyJet hold to sell ?? This morning
Summer holiday bookings are surging: Sales of 2023 breaks are running almost a quarter ahead of pre-pandemic
Holiday firms are reporting a leap in the number of sun-starved Britons hatching plans for next year.

Sales of summer 2023 breaks are running almost a quarter ahead of pre-pandemic comparisons, according to Julia Lo BueSaid, chief executive of Britain's largest independent group of travel agents Advantage Travel.

'There's a large market who have savings, haven't travelled for some years, and are keen to,' she said.


JUGEARS -- when each game sits circa 80000 spectators of which a large amount need to fly in to watch --- it starts to multiply vastly quickly how many flight seats will be needed/boosted in a typically quiet period. Don't be so daft about 24 seats!
JPMorgan Chase & Co. set a GBX 260 ($3.11) target price on easyJet (LON:EZJ – Get Rating) in a research note issued to investors on Tuesday morning, Borsen Zeitung reports.
Next multibags SYME … CLON…. WBI
HSBC raises easyJet price target to 440 (380) pence - 'hold'
It's not the flights it's the cost of the hotel & spending money when you are there.
Wow 24 seats that going to really boost there profits lol

If the money is not there flights will be one of the first luxuries to go. Booked a golfing trip with mates myself but we are probably not representative of the wider population. I am sat here with the heating on.
Doesnt cost much for return flights to spain, greece etc people will still go on holiday. Bonus next year Autumn which is normally quiet has the Rugby World Cup in Paris. Huge amount of extra flights will be booked from all over the EU. I've just booked 2x return trips to Paris for the rugby. 6 people = 24 seats booked
Holidays for next summer will be booked while some can just afford it with current prices. After April it will hit some harder than imagined including energy price cap change and demand will drop significantly for at least 12 months IMHO
Kids have 12 weeks holiday a year, they start school at 8.30 & finish at 3 or before 3!, life is one long holiday for them lol
A home for life is more important than a week in the sun


So you believe people don't have spare cash for a holiday yet at the same time you believe people, who don't have spare cash, will buy hyped homes, just when the housing market is about to crash!!!!

What do you think the people holding off from buying a home and waiting for interest rates to drop will do??? They'll still go on holiday.

Kids will always need holidays, year in, year out.. not new build homes.

Housing market benefited during covid, whereas travel didn't. Now the situation has switched.

sikh we didn't have high interest rates or heating bills this summer,I wonder how much spare cash people will have for holidays next year? I see there are already some bargains out there, can't be a very good bottom line on them, you don't need to go on holiday to help your well being or benefit your kids lol, I can do do that by just sitting in my garden, A lot of competition in holidays & air travel with very little margin, you should invest in something like houses builders, did you know that only a handful of companies build the majority of the uk houses so very little competition & very unlikely to change, although cylicle they do tend to recover very quickly to strong profits especially the ones that are cash & asset rich, you've got to put a lot of bums on seats to make planes pay, a good few years Imo before this recovers.
A point to note is that these results are to 30th Sept.

Spain, UK's no1 destination, for holidaymakers, lifted all remaining covid restrictions mid Oct, so into new fy. Plus so far this fy year there are no UK covid restrictions for Spain and I don't envisage the UK govn imposing one.

That removes a big barrier for holidaymakers to Spain.

sikhthetech - 31 Oct 2022 - 12:20:57 - 16302 of 16388 Easyjet 2014 and
With Spain having lifted the remaining covid restrictions only a week ago and it being Brit's no1 travel destination, I think airlines to Spain will continue to benefit.

I believe people will still go on hols/weekend breaks for the sake of the kids and their own well being. In times of cut backs they go on cheaper hols/weekend breaks.

Housing benefited during covid, where travel didn't. I think this is already reversing and will continue to do so.

Holiday bookings are still significantly lower than pre-covid. For 2021 it was 79% lower.

Cost of living crisis or not, people still go on holiday for their kids sake and for their own wellbeing. Instead of the more expensive hols, they are more likely to go no-frills or city breaks, which is EZJ's speciality.

As more and more go on holiday and numbers improve towards pre-covid levels, the share price will take care of itself.

Good results and good to see Johan, CEO, agree with my comments that EZJ does well in tough times as many people (for sake of kids and their own wellbeing) still go on holidays (for their kids and own wellbeing) but look at cheaper alternatives.

"easyJet has achieved a record bounce back this summer with a performance which underlines that our transformation is delivering. The summer saw easyJet achieve its highest ever earnings for a single quarter with headline EBITDAR of GBP674 million, ancillaries up by 59% on FY19 and easyJet holidays well on its way to its GBP100m target.

"easyJet does well in tough times. Legacy carriers will struggle in this high-cost environment. Consumers will protect their holidays but look for value and across its primary airport network, easyJet will be the beneficiary as customers vote with their wallets.


sikhthetech - 14 Oct 2022 - 12:45:33 - 16261 of 16424 Easyjet 2014 and beyond -
I think people will move more to low cost airlines like EZJ to save money.
People don't give up holidays, they simply down grade to shorter trips, more cost effective hols, which is perfect for carriers like EZJ.

Look at the period during covid. People didn't give up holidays and sat at home because of covid, staycation flourished. Then when other countries opened up, they went abroad as soon as they could.

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