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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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01/6/2022
11:36
This apparent surge will be quickly over because of the negative publicity and the huge squeeze on consumer spending which is building very quickly now. The compensation claims will put a big dent in the profits for Q3. Also, the pound is on the floor and likely to go even lower as we slide into stagflation, further discouraging foreign travel.

I'd like the optimists to tell me this; will the profits for Q3 exceed the half billion pound loss so far this year for Q1 & Q2? Personally, I think EZJ will be lucky to even make a profit in Q3.

One more thing; market cap for this business is almost £4bn. What kind of profits and price/earnings should a £4bn market cap transport company make? I would say at least £200m. But EZJ will not make a profit this year, and next year we will be in recession, so I reckon it might not even get to that level of profitability in 2023. Fundamentally, EZJ is already overvalued. When investors get their heads around this, the share price will drop fairly steeply.

danvandan
01/6/2022
10:09
Cumnor: Agree as the bottleneck is caused by the desire to fly by too many. For 2 years everyone was glued in their houses by Covid and now everyone wants to catch up in visiting relatives and dream destinations. IMO this is the time to load up the likes of EZJ as the reward will be great from now on and of course as the big first real summer - Covid free - approaches...
fuji99
01/6/2022
09:29
Reading post 15848 suggest 2023 is going to be a huge hangover after the jubilee party 2022?...
diku
01/6/2022
09:23
Buying here-while airport chaos is a negative for all airlines what it shows is huge pent up desire and demand for travel is returning quicker than anticipated-prices and margins are rising rapidly-which will quickly transform airline fortunes once the present publicity and furore settles.
cumnor
01/6/2022
07:45
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time for common sense
31/5/2022
18:20
Solving the pilot shortage will not be easy. It takes years to gain the training and experience needed to fly an airliner and all of the other airlines are recruiting too. I don't see a quick solution here, other than keeping more of the fleet on the ground. With cancellations and compensation, I reckon this will turn into yet another loss-making quarter.

This will be the third year of big losses. By the autumn, the surge will be over and everyone will be worried about paying the mortgage and energy bills and feeding their families. Q4 will be another big loss and one with a long shadow into next year.

danvandan
31/5/2022
18:11
Govt minister blaming airline management.


There will be much finger-pointing next between airports and airlines, but it looks as though both are to blame and that aircrews are scheduled so tightly that they don't have sufficient legal hours to accommodate late running.

danvandan
31/5/2022
17:59
Looking grim for the shareprice. Back below £5 soon, and maybe even lower.
thornintheside
31/5/2022
09:55
Only UK airlines/airports have problems?...
diku
31/5/2022
09:14
Awful story on Radio 5 around 8.15 am, awful treatment of passengers missing their holiday, booked hotel etc themselves which EZJ should be responsible for, as yet no response from them. All the airlines will have similar problems in the months ahead it looks.
royaloak
31/5/2022
09:04
Another poor summer for tourism abroad,should these airport delays keep happening.Anyone who has not booked a holiday may well be having second thoughts,and who can blame them.It’s down to airport staffing problems and tour companies can’t do a thing about it sadly.
albert3591
30/5/2022
08:54
Its not just ezj, after not making enough money during covid, of course they now all want to sell upto capacity.I think if you have been booking flights during this half term or summer holidays, you have to expect uncertainty, its all over the news.
greco600
30/5/2022
08:10
EZJ won’t worry,they have plenty more mugs who will fly with them.
albert3591
29/5/2022
20:29
A mate who is away with the wife and two kids just had flight cancelled. He's in the Gatwick Hoilday Inn and he booked City Jet to get home 2 Moro at £700 plus the hotel at £180. A very expensive weekend. EasyJet are gonna have some serious refunds to process!
r9505571
29/5/2022
14:57
You used to ramp MCRO as well Monty
phillis
29/5/2022
11:17
They will fly with BA who seem to have missed the chaos.
montyhedge
28/5/2022
08:49
People will vote with their feet like they have done with the P&O debacle. I know firms that regularly use EasyJet for business travel who will never use them again! Downward spiral - will they survive?? They will need to get their house in order pretty quickly!
snookered4
28/5/2022
07:21
Oh dear - another horror story
phillis
27/5/2022
15:02
a friends daughter got stranded at gatwick last night with a friend

they stayed in a hotel overnight and managed to get early flight to Malaga this morning with BA in Club
apparently EZJ will reimburse
Lets wait and see

phillis
27/5/2022
14:45
Jason said he liked his mustard sandwich after all :-)
ben gibbons
27/5/2022
13:35
I think you better close that short position now before you get a margin call!
sinzu
27/5/2022
13:28
200 flights cancelled. If they're all full as suggested by some on here, then that's another 40,000 p1ssed off easyjet customers who'll be thinking about Ryanair or BA next time. The more relevant aspect of this though is that it indicates bad management that will feed through into other actions and outcomes, like more losses. Shareprice seems unaffected though - that wave of optimism is doing its best. I suspect, reality will eventually bring the share price back to earth.
danvandan
26/5/2022
17:10
I've been flying too - airports are not packed. All the rows that I could see on my flight had vacant seats between passengers. Plenty of round-trip seats at £100 on easyjet flights 3 weeks out. On top of that, some of the fleet is still not flying. easyjet is not helping itself by p1ssing off 5 or 6 thousand existing easyjet customers daily by cancelling 20+ flights every day with practically no notice.

Key measure coming up in a few weeks - this Q3 ends in 5 weeks. If the business has managed to lose yet more money in this quarter (I fully expect this to happen), despite johan's claims that volume is at '2019 levels' I anticipate a big markdown on the shares.

In the meantime, misplaced optimism might push the share price up to unrealistic levels again. Anything over £6 is a big shorting opportunity imv.

danvandan
26/5/2022
14:19
Would disagree if they keep cancelling flights minutes before the gate opens. Currently sat in BRS and lots of flights being cancelled with no genuine reason. Shambles.
chard1980
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