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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
  -5.60 -0.58% 968.00 968.20 969.00 998.80 945.00 994.80 5,667,500 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,009.0 -1,273.0 -264.9 - 4,421

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24/12/2020
07:52
"Never" is a much misused word, even more so than "incredible".
taurusthebear
22/12/2020
09:17
BiONTech news..just so happens that the vaccine is probably effective against strain, really...you don't say.
activeservo
22/12/2020
08:00
Doomsayers I hear you say? You mean a coldhearted acceptance that travel will never be the same again. easyJet trading at nearly 62% of its pre-pandemic share price and Ryanair trading at close to an all-time high on December 4th was UTTER insanity. QE money and zero interest rates are responsible for 'investors' piling into speculative travel stocks to seek a meaningful return; THIS was the driver, not some pie in the sky general enthusiasm for the future of the industry.
permbear
22/12/2020
07:29
Good news today regards fleet delivery. All this doom about new strain... :-) We "Know and Knew" that flights will be further delayed into 2021. As 2021 progresses and vaccine is distributed more widely then things pick up and get better. Unbelievable ignorance here from some who fail to acknowledge there is light at the end of the tunnel. If those preaching the end of the world as we know it have any conviction then why not go jump off beachy head now and save any further disruption to what you consider is the end of the world. Stacking up and adding more at every opportunity as liquidity allows. https://www.investegate.co.uk/easyjet-plc--ezj-/rns/aircraft-delivery-profile-through-to-sept-2024/202012220700024406J/ Aircraft delivery profile through to Sept 2024 RNS Number : 4406J easyJet PLC 22 December 2020 22 December 2020 easyJet plc ('easyJet') easyJet confirms aircraft delivery profile through to 30 September 2024 easyJet has agreed with Airbus the deferral of aircraft from Financial Years 2022, 2023 and 2024. A total of 22 aircraft will be moved from FY2022-FY2024 to FY2027-FY2028. In addition, there will be movement of 15 delivery dates within the period FY2022-FY2024 to more closely match forecast seasonal requirements. As communicated previously, all aircraft purchased by easyJet under the terms of the original 2013 Airbus agreement are subject to a discount from list price, which remains unchanged. Within the 2013 agreement a price escalation mechanism is used to reflect market inflation in labour and material costs1 and as such the future aggregate cash price of the aircraft subject to deferrals will increase2. The changes also result in a re-phasing of the pre-delivery payment cash flows of the orderbook due to the later dates of delivery. As previously disclosed easyJet had the option until 31 December 2020 not to take up to seven aircraft scheduled for delivery between FY2022 and FY2026. easyJet has now agreed with Airbus to reallocate the aircraft to which this option applies, to seven aircraft due for delivery in FY2025-FY20263, with the deadline to exercise this option amended to December 2021. These changes will result in easyJet taking no deliveries in FY2021, 8 deliveries in FY2022, 7 deliveries in FY2023 and 18 deliveries in FY2024, with no change to the total number of firm Airbus A320 NEO family aircraft outstanding orders. easyJet has retained options to increase its deliveries in FY2023 to 30 aircraft, reflecting an acceleration of deliveries from future financial years. This option to accelerate is subject to Airbus' normal commercial and industrial constraints and is exercisable by 31 December 2021. Johan Lundgren, easyJet CEO said: "This latest amendment to our longstanding agreement with Airbus reflects easyJet's significant fleet flexibility as well as the benefit of highly attractive aircraft pricing. In this period of uncertainty, this flexibility is even more valuable, as it will enable us to quickly flex our fleet size in response to customer demand. "easyJet's unrivalled European network of number 1 and 2 positions in primary airports, strong liquidity and flexibility will enable us to capture pent-up demand as customers return to the skies."
whites123
21/12/2020
14:32
It didn't work at railway stations and airports. People couldn't leave London fast enough.
taurusthebear
21/12/2020
11:52
Tell that to the 4000 who have relatives and family who are dying each week
bc4
21/12/2020
11:19
Yep agree....that gets my vote .....
spacegazer
21/12/2020
11:02
You do realise though that the amount of tested cases per day are 0.0004% of the population and the vaccine rate is increasing rapidly. This hype over the new strain is just to scare people into compiling with the tier system. It's working!
activeservo
21/12/2020
10:58
The business disruption is massive the lockdown in tier 4 is going to last for months, Do the maths on that
bc4
20/12/2020
22:36
Do the maths and study the data. 53% deaths from Covid are in the over 80's. 3M over 80 population in UK. Half a million already vaccinated - mix of over 80's/NHS. 1 million vaccines a week means this population will be covered by mid Jan with at least one dose & giving 82% protection. Deaths and hospitalisations ahould fall from 2nd week in Jan. Theoretically should halve from there.
justiceforthemany
20/12/2020
20:57
Those french nationals dont want to go back. They are not a pawn. Poor form mate
treble in 1999
20/12/2020
18:14
Ans now France has also closed its borders with the UK
soho2
20/12/2020
15:16
Uk is fxxked. Covid brexit basket case led by that fat wheezing imbecile bunter and his useless cronies. Stick to buying the S&P and forget uk, terminal.
porsche1945
20/12/2020
14:52
The borders are closing its mass panic everywhere!
catswhiskas
20/12/2020
14:16
Get ready for a big drop tomorrow IF Europe shuts down the UK...
soho2
19/12/2020
17:35
Well, this board seems to have capitulated even if the share price hasn't. Why would anyone but a chancer book a flight in this environment?
taurusthebear
14/12/2020
14:11
Grahamnash - when are you getting CSN&Y back together? :0) Problem is supply rather than demand. Covid is one thing but the EU putting up bureaucratic barriers to British travel on January 1 will be the potential killer. I suspect that's just a threat, all part of the game. I think a last-minute deal will materialise, because Boris knows he can probably survive a fish fudge, so it's just the level playing field fudge that needs to be, errr, fudged.
taurusthebear
13/12/2020
07:22
Macron is a posturing paper tiger who bends to the real power, Merkel.
taurusthebear
11/12/2020
17:45
Presumably if Macron forces a no-deal we can send the 400,000 French nationals that live in London back to France can we? Solves the housing crisis overnight.
gettingrichslow
11/12/2020
17:18
IMO FWIW a deal or no deal is now less significant for shorthaul. EU have said they will continue to allow flights for 6 months in event of no deal. No they havent - its been rejected by the UK
ronwilkes123
11/12/2020
17:16
IMO FWIW a deal or no deal is now less significant for shorthaul. EU have said they will continue to allow flights for 6 months in event of no deal. This leaves 6 months to sort flying separate of all the level playing field gumpf. There is no way the Med countries are going to want the Brits trapped on their island come the summer; they will demand we are allowed to sit on their beaches, spending our money in their hotels and cafes. Greek, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian politicians will be chewed up if a second holiday season is damaged. Macron can wave goodbye to the presidency.
grahamnash
11/12/2020
15:44
For the EU to cave, even at the last minute, would show others the way, so I doubt they will. Fish is just a numbers game, but the ratchet clause is contrary to all things Brexit. However, Boris has already caved re NI for the WA, so it may come from UK. For me, the odds are on No Deal. If there is one, it'll show that the last few months were just a massive game of Blink.
taurusthebear
11/12/2020
11:44
All that’s really happening is that the EU know they can’t be seen to be making it easy for the UK. If they did the Italians would be off next, then the Poles, then the Hungarians etc etc. So they need to show how ‘painful’; it is to try to leave the club. But of course in the end, with minutes to go, they’ll do a deal.
gettingrichslow
11/12/2020
11:21
Well I must agree on that but much as I hate brexit the world will turn
bc4
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