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JET2 Jet2 Plc

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Last Updated: 11:50:27
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jet2 Plc LSE:JET2 London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 0.74% 1,360.00 1,359.00 1,362.00 1,369.00 1,350.00 1,350.00 77,444 11:50:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Air Transport, Nonscheduled 5.03B 290.8M 1.3544 10.08 2.93B
Jet2 Plc is listed in the Air Transport, Nonscheduled sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JET2. The last closing price for Jet2 was 1,350p. Over the last year, Jet2 shares have traded in a share price range of 960.00p to 1,559.00p.

Jet2 currently has 214,700,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jet2 is £2.93 billion. Jet2 has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 10.08.

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Farnborough Airport currently has no planning permission for anything other than private and military jets. They are seeking to expand the number of flights but it seems quite unlikely to get this approved.
One South East location will be Farnborough Airport that is in an expansion phase. Farnborough Airport is the location for Airshow with military jets and used for private jets.

I was not suggesting this or next year but in the future.
2024 growth is well covered and 2025 will no doubt just build on Liverpool and Bournmouth with other new routes at MAN and LBA.

Scotland is also still growing and there is plenty of slack in the "off season" to add more short breaks to European hubs.
We have never flown to Zurich in the winter which is covered by SWISS and serves lots of the western Austrian resorts as well as the german part of Switzerland.

As you say until we get many more of the new planes in the fleet we can only grow circa 10/20% per annum.

I am happy with that especially at such a low valuation

castleford tiger
Wet weather to continue… can only be good for jet 2
What are these other UK locations? Gatwick and it's busiest single runway operation in the world isn't a goer. Southend apparently nobody wants to touch in any serious way and Southampton has all the catchment area the square root of not a lot. Florida and the Caribbean are well covered by BA, Virgin, TUI, and Norse. You've also got to have the aircraft to do it, which Jet2 don't. Maybe they take sirtsnker through the winter and try one of those routes but it's certainly not happening this winter. No mention of the NYC trips this year? Norse isn't hugely successful. Maybe that's their in to the market. That would be a huge step but I see no history of them doing such things.
Been posted before but couldn't resist, Hale and Pace Yorkshire Airways :o)
Travelled with EZJ yesterday from Menorca to LGW. 2 1/2 hours late. In not quite these words, the pilot described how this was due to them not maintaining several of their planes properly, so they couldn’t be used, plus a couple of their planes not getting back to LGW overnight the previous night.

I just cannot believe JET2 would operate like this. Wish they operated from LGW; may fly from Bournemouth so we can use them albeit further away from us.

There is still plenty to go for in the U.K. and that’s before they look at the USA and carribean as well as other new locations.
Steady growth by offering a better experience than others.
As we move into the new phase of reducing household expenditure ( interest rates and energy costs ) then people will take more short breaks.
The south is still short of options.

castleford tiger
I use jet2 and their customer service has always been excellent with my dealings with them,maybe because I can understand their accents.
Genuine question, where do you see expansion for Jet2?
06:37 and Jet2holidays have been named Travel Brand of the Year at the prestigious Which? Awards for the third year running, after they were recognised for providing customers with industry-leading products and customer service on their well-deserved holidays.

The leading leisure airline and UK’s largest tour operator received the coveted title at a special awards ceremony which was hosted to recognise the brands that go above and beyond for their customers. and Jet2holidays were once again recognised for their industry leadership when it comes to customer service and product quality in travel, meaning they have secured the title of Travel Brand of the Year for the fourth time in seven years.

As the voice of UK consumers, the annual Which? Awards recognise and celebrate brands that champion consumers by consistently providing the best products and best services, with the judges this year paying particularly close attention to value for money, exemplary products and customer service.

Expert judges from Which? base their prestigious awards on a rigorous set of criteria, including how brands have performed in Which? testing, brand reliability, analysis of provider data, customer satisfaction surveys based on thousands of real-time customer experiences, and the results from its investigations. This ensures that brands that make the shortlist are the best in their field.

In addition to this latest success, Jet2’s brands are recognised as a Which? Recommended Provider in every single category it is possible for them to be included in – seven categories in total. These are:

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Beach and Resort Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
All Inclusive Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
Family Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
Solo Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
City Breaks (Jet2CityBreaks)
Villas and Holiday Lets Abroad (Jet2Villas)

Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: “The Which? Awards are the ultimate recognition of customer-centric brands that provide the best products and customer service, so to be awarded Which? Travel Brand of the Year for three years running is a remarkable demonstration of our industry leadership when it comes to looking after our customers.”

He added: “We are enormously proud of this latest accolade, and we remain totally committed to the customer-first approach which has resulted in this success. Our team of amazing colleagues set the benchmark for exceptional customer service, and it is great to see that recognised by customers and the experts at Which? I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to our customers, for their loyalty, and to our colleagues too, for it is their hard work that enables us to enjoy such recognition.”

Which? Chief Executive, Anabel Hoult, said: “Jet2’s high-quality service means it has far better customer scores and star ratings than its main rivals and this is why we’ve named it the Best Travel Brand for the third year running.

“Congratulations to Jet2 on its win. The Which? Awards judging standards are incredibly high, so to be named as a winner is a huge achievement - something only achieved by the best of the best.”

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Jet2 have plenty of room to expand. Different models to ezy/ryr/wizz. There are so many points where jet2 do business completely differently. Any squeeze in the market will hurt it's competition more, particularly TUI who are knee deep in debt and slow to adapt.Keeping a mix of different aircraft types has also been a canny move. They are more in control of their business and Boeing/airbus problems don't ripple through J2 business as much.
PJ - Ditto. But we got back last night.

Anyway. Some may find this article of interest. Nice summary if you are fairly new to JET2 and not followed them through their journey like many of us old fogies have.


got back tues. from tenerife with jet2. aicraft was 100% full both going and returning.
The new aircraft having more seat capacity (happy to be corrected) and being more fuel efficient should help the bottom line! I'm not sure there's anything to worry about.
Ryan look the strongest but Wizz are strongest in Eastern Europe and spreading into the middle east. Wizz appear to have a lower cost base than Ryan. I am sure Ryan would love Wizz to combine with the higher cost EZY.
I think JET2 has plenty of room to expand within the UK for years to come and especially in the SE.

I think there's market consolidation is on the way. Wizz aren't as strong as easy and ryanair. TUI lagged behind Jet2 on the airline side for years but they're looking more stable than they were. These Turkish operators are taking some market share. I'm a broken record on this but there is no future plan for Jet2. It's at or close to it's ceiling unless they make a big change. Finnair are weak and it would get them into Europe. TUI Belgium is relatively small but I doibt TUI would part with it.
Every European budget airline appears to be adding planes, routes and seats. Reduced deliveries from Boeing and GTF are causing a shortage of supply today. This has to help keep seat prices higher today. But what about next year and beyond? Can demand keep up with extra supply in years to come or will the average seat prices fall?
I am concerned for JET2 with all the extra capacity in summer 2025. Any thoughts?

explain please


castleford tiger
"ASK capacity 24.5 per cent higher in F24 vs last year."
"Close to flat YoY capacity projections for H1 F25 and full F25."

"Navigating GTF engine disruption: 45x aircraft-on-ground at F24-end; 47x as of 17 May 2024; Significant OEM compensation received for F24; Expect circa 50x aircraft grounded by end of H1 of fiscal F25."

How long will the GTF groundings take to clear?
I am concerned for JET2 with all the extra capacity in summer 2025. Any thoughts?

Good results from wizz air
Increasingly looking like we will have a Labour government very soon and reversal of Brexit, could work in tour operators favour.
angus mcoatup
Make sure it’s only a token one
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