EZJ

Easyjet Plc

486.30
-4.90 (-1.0%)
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
  -4.90 -1.0% 486.30 485.80 486.30 491.90 484.60 491.80 399,347 12:31:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Air Transport, Scheduled - -169.0 -22.3 - 3,686.20

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18/6/2022
20:20
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shooter mcgavin
18/6/2022
06:24
Because EZJ are a solid company that will soon be back over 5 quid.
lodgeview
18/6/2022
02:00
Wow, a stock for which it's not over for them? Why this one when you're negative on almost everything
davidro77
17/6/2022
17:09
Doesn't look like EZJ are toast to me!
lodgeview
17/6/2022
15:10
Good rationale and something to ponder on
milliecusto
17/6/2022
14:43
Interesting read.
ben gibbons
17/6/2022
14:13
Https ://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/easyjet-triggers-one-biggest-warning-bells-share-can-ring-ii524300

38p warning on chart.

blueball
17/6/2022
11:13
Passenger falls to death at Gatwick after travelling EZY.... Not going to look great. Falls from height will be one of the biggest risks on their risk register! Not sure of the details but procedures cannot have been followed
npp62
17/6/2022
10:05
I've read there are 1% flight cancellations every year on average. The current figures show 3 - 4%. Therefore 96% of flights are running to schedule. The press are having a field day!!!
keithlorna
17/6/2022
09:59
Capital raise with the excuse parabolic fuel costs. Brexit fiasco drags on ( the gift that keeps giving ) so sterling now down to 1.20 omFg ( 2.07 under Blair to 1.20 under shxtty useless Tories ) Oil priced in USD and UK energy poor, oh dear. Coupled with parabolic inflation ( useless BOE ) falling wages and insane tax levels……house market next to crater so holidays will be off agenda…..Ryanair and maybe Wizz ( altho they look pretty sick ) but EZ and Iag are toast.
porsche1945
16/6/2022
23:38
https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/easyjet-cancelling-flights-glasgow-airport-24242174?fbclid=IwAR0i-DuEML37uCMv7sK9Pgpij6EtZmeak9q7QdVGorCoIgIHwUlTg4QlzAw&fs=e&s=cl
milliecusto
16/6/2022
15:14
The demand for travel is so highly at the moment, people are desperate to travel to the sun. I think we will see a huge rebound soon. Back to £5+ very soon
keithlorna
16/6/2022
09:27
Loppy market...
diku
16/6/2022
08:21
Can anyone explain the sell off In airlines/holiday operators?
newswseller
16/6/2022
06:45
Easyjet load factor currently greater than 95%
Is this good that planes are rammed packed.
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jasonpugh
15/6/2022
08:07
All budget airlines have add-ons, Ryanair were the king of hidden fees but now it goes without saying. Clearly nobody should be traveling 1000 miles for less than the cab fare to the airport. easyJet make their money in the summer, the rest of the year is for nothing. So now is their opportunity. However whatever they make will have to be pretty special to carry them through compensation claims.
504
14/6/2022
18:31
Significant debt & losses every year ! I would not wonder if go below 200p
blackhorse23
14/6/2022
17:00
They will be generating lots of money even with the cancellations. Airlines always have cancellations for one thing or another. Have you seen the price of tickets lately? All the extra add ons? Pay for luggage, extra leg room, choice of seat, tea and coffee You pay lots more than the stated price. Plus they hedged their fuel prices. Although obviously future fuel contracts will be higher.
weaverbeever
14/6/2022
15:53
I guess it depends how inclined the market is to further fund. These are very tough times and the easyJet model doesn't look robust. Yes the next few months are ok but mid to long it looks very shaky.
504
14/6/2022
14:13
No don't be an idiot. Worst case they'll tap markets for more funds
davidro77
14/6/2022
13:04
Anyone else think EZJ will go bust??
lodgeview
14/6/2022
09:12
Have we hit the support level?
keithlorna
14/6/2022
00:35
What a way to go - mustard poisoning. On the positive side though, mustard is an effective preservative so Jason's yellow infused corpse will be able to sit out all of these easyjet cancellations until a flight becomes available. Also his inert state will be at home with easyjet's inflight service.

Life for the rest of us must go on, so I just did a quick comparison with Ryanair on EZJ flights to Barcelona for about six weeks from now - plenty of EZJ flights available at only a little over £100 return. Ryanair's flights were at least 5-10% more expensive and some even more. In terms of price positioning, it looks as though EZJ has swapped places with RYA. I am wondering if this is evidence of the hit to profits from all of EZJ's recent bad publicity.

danvandan
13/6/2022
20:10
Jason is actually a friend of mine and I can confirm he actually died recently from anaphylactic shock due to mustard poisoning. We where planning on flying his body back to where his family live but the flight was cancelled several times :-)Lol what is that last post all about saying a handful of flights have been cancelled :-)There has literally been hundreds of flights cancelled.
ben gibbons
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