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Domani verranno annunciati i risultati finanziari annuali.
Previsto un utile pre-tax (al lordo d'imposta) di £426m (€498m) - in calo del 35% rispetto allo scorso anno.

Vedremo domani se sara' effettivamente cosi'.
 

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Riassunto del Full Year Statement che potrete scaricare in PDF qui: http://easyjetdirect.newsweaver.com...vhf4o73t?email=true&a=6&p=55993747&t=24508215
. FY19 was a challenging year for our industry, and we certainly felt how tough it was. But I’m pleased to say that we finished the year with a strong performance across the business and a record summer. More customers than ever are coming to us as their airline of choice, with a record 96.1 million customers flying with us this year.

Our self-help initiatives have meant that we reduced costs and saw better yield performance which in turn improved revenue per seat significantly in the second half of the year.

I am delighted to say that our Operational Resilience programme has reduced cancellations by 46% and lowered delays of three hours or more by 24% year on year.

Headline profit before tax came in at £427 million, which was towards the top end of the guidance set in July of this year.
We also made another significant announcement today. You will have seen and heard me talk about the fact that sustainability and climate change have shot up the agenda around Europe. They are topics that our people and customers care deeply about and an area where we have an opportunity to make a big difference.

So, I’m proud to announce that starting today, we will operate net zero carbon flights across our whole network. We’ll be doing this by offsetting the carbon emissions from the fuel used for all of our flights. In fact, we think this probably makes us the single biggest buyer of carbon offsets made on a voluntary basis, anywhere in the world.

We will do our carbon offsetting only through schemes which have been accredited by two of the highest verification standards, Gold Standard and VCS. We will have a number of different offset projects which are a mixture of forests, renewable energy and ones that a make a big difference for local communities through either providing cook stoves or creating boreholes for clean water. We’re the world’s first major airline to take the bold step of operating net-zero carbon flights across our whole network, because we believe it’s the right thing to do. It’s also part of Our Promise to be a safe and responsible airline and we’re encouraging other airlines to do the same so that aviation around the world moves towards becoming net-zero carbon.

We know that carbon offsetting isn’t perfect and it is only an interim measure, but it means we can tackle the amount of carbon we emit right now. But very importantly we need to continue to reduce our carbon emissions and support the development of new technologies – including hybrid and electric planes - so we can reinvent aviation as quickly as we can.

We’ve shared details before of the work we’re doing with Wright Electric to produce an all-electric ‘easyJet sized’ plane for short haul flights. Today, I am delighted to announce that we will also be working with Airbus on a project to jointly research how electric hybrid planes could be introduced for short haul flying in Europe.

We’ll also be looking for more ways to take action beyond carbon by rapidly reducing our waste and single-use plastic usage. We’ve already made some simple but really effective changes. For example, we’ve replaced plastic drink stirrers with wooden ones, we now offer discounts for customers who bring their own reusable cup and, this month we are replacing the plastic cup we give customers to put their used tea bags in with a little bowl which is made of bagasse, the fibre that is left over after sugar cane has been processed.



I’m really proud of the steps we have taken so far and of the leading position we are now taking to help tackle this hugely important global issue – I hope you are too.
We know there is a lot of excitement and anticipation around our new holidays business so I’m delighted to say that today we announced it will be launching before Christmas. We’ll be offering our customers a wide range of city and beach holidays to some of the best hotels across our network. From launch we will be taking bookings for winter 2019 and summer 2020 seasons via a new dedicated easyJet holidays website.

This is one of our key strategic priorities, so I look forward to sharing more details with you and celebrating a successful launch.

Looking ahead to FY20, forward bookings for the first half of the financial year are reassuring and are actually slightly ahead of last year. But I anticipate that the operating environment will continue to be tough for the foreseeable future. However, I’m confident that with us all working together to support the delivery of Our Plan we are well positioned to continue to be one of the most successful airlines in Europe.
 

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Grazie OneShot. Interessante il focus che viene dato sui costi relativi a 'disruption' ed i progetti su predictive analytics per migliorare OTP e pianificazione risorse.
 

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Ottima scelta. Trenitalia, fra le altre, ha adottato almeno da un paio di anni un sistema simile per la AV, credo su base SAP.

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Lanciata nuova partnership commerciale tra Etihad ed easyJet:
Etihad announces partnership with easyJet
Etihad, the Abu Dhabi-based carrier, announced that it is partnering with the British low-cost carrier easyJet. According to Etihad, the partnership comes into effect immediately and would allow easyJet customers to book flights on the combined network of both airlines.

The full-service carrier will add its first partner into its New Distribution Capability (NDC) program that utilizes cloud-based technology to increase the range of ancillary offerings to its customers. Etihad’s NDC plans were announced in September 2018, when the airline partnered with Farelogix, a software engineering company from Miami, Florida (United States).

Farelogix’s product FLX Merchandise will allow Etihad to enhance the booking experience for passengers, including such basics as preferred seating, priority boarding and other optional extras that will enhance the journey onboard Etihad Airways’ aircraft. Furthermore, the Emirati carrier plans to add more airlines to its NDC portfolio, meaning customers will be able to book a wider range of destinations through “Etihad’s global gateways,” said the carrier’s Vice President of Alliances and Partnerships, Ali Saleh.

“easyJet is a perfect launch partner for us in Europe, allowing us to reliably increase the breadth of our continental reach to and from Abu Dhabi, as we enhance ways of connecting directly with more airlines and travel partners around the world,” Saleh added.

The low-cost carrier’s customers are now able to connect to Etihad Airways’ network in 10 European cities, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Rome and several others. Plans to further increase the offering of connections is in motion, states the press release.
https://www.aerotime.aero/rytis.beresnevicius/24447-etihad-easyjet-partnership
 

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Easyjet apre Malpensa-Sharm El Sheik 1x week da inizio aprile. La rotta era già stata operata in passato e poi sospesa. E' la seconda rotta egiziana da MXP da dove è collegata anche Marsa Alam.
 

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Easyjet apre Malpensa-Sharm El Sheik 1x week da inizio aprile. La rotta era già stata operata in passato e poi sospesa. E' la seconda rotta egiziana da MXP da dove è collegata anche Marsa Alam.
Ricordo l'apertura su SSH, con tariffe promozionale favolose di cui a beneficiato subito anche il sottoscritto. Infatti voli full e poi un pò per il terrorismo un pò per altro hanno chiuso.
 

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Usciti i risultati del primo trimestre (Q1):


Capacity discipline and rival's collapse boost EasyJet revenue

EasyJet's revenue rose nearly 10% in its fiscal first quarter, driven by strong demand and the collapse of UK rival Thomas Cook, prompting the low-cost airline to raise guidance for the remainder of the year.
In a 21 January trading statement, EasyJet says it expects revenue per seat for the first half of its financial year to increase by "mid- to high-single digits" compared with previous guidance of a low- to mid-single-digit rise.
The UK budget carrier expects to deliver a first-half pre-tax loss "better than" the £275 million ($359 million) loss incurred in the first six months of the previous year. EasyJet's financial year ends on 30 September.
Total group revenue for the three months ended 31 December increased 9.9% to £1.43 billion. This included a 9.7% increase in passenger revenue to £1.12 billion and a 10.8% rise in ancillary revenue to £301 million.
Total airline revenue per seat increased 8.8%, "outperforming expectations", says EasyJet. It cites a "strong performance" in Berlin, "robust demand" combined with low capacity growth by EasyJet and competitors, and the "benefit" of Thomas Cook's collapse in September.
EasyJet completed a sale-and-leaseback deal for 10 Airbus A319s during the quarter, generating £114 million in cash.
Costs for the fiscal first quarter were "in line with expectations", with per-seat costs rising 4.3%, which the carrier says reflects lower capacity growth as well as the ownership costs associated with new aircraft deliveries and the cancellation of 813 flights as a result of December's national strikes in France.
In a research note issued today, Bernstein analysts argue that cost control at EasyJet "remains wanting" and that "more could be done on this front".
The UK airline confirmed today that former Ryanair chief operating officer Peter Bellew has now joined EasyJet in the same role. Bernstein states that this appointment could "provide a catalyst for progress" on cost control going forward.
Ryanair had attempted to prevent Bellew from joining its rival, citing a 12-month non-compete clause, but this was rejected by the Irish High Court.
EasyJet expects its full-year fuel bill to come in at about £1.64 billion, which includes a £25 million investment in its carbon-offsetting programme. The airline began offsetting carbon emissions across its entire network in November. Chief executive Johan Lundgren describes offsetting as an "interim measure", noting that EasyJet will "continue to work on reducing our carbon footprint in the short term, coupled with long-term work to support the development of new technology, including hybrid and electric planes, to reinvent aviation for the long term".
Passenger numbers increased 2.8% year-on-year in the quarter ended 31 December, and the airline increased capacity 1%. This resulted in a 1.6-percentage-point increase in load factor to 91.3%.
EasyJet says it will grow capacity by 1.5% in the first half of the financial year, slightly lower than the previously planned 1.7% growth, primarily as a result of French air traffic control strikes. The airline expects to grow full-year capacity by about 3%.
Bernstein analysts describe this capacity growth as "moderate", and question whether EasyJet "may have opportunities to grow faster now and reap the benefits of higher yields".
The airline said today that EasyJet Holidays – the package-holiday business launched in November – has been "well received" by customers and is expected to "at least break even" by the end of the financial year. Cirium

 

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Presentato il 321 a MXP

Io ho già prenotato dei voli su BRI a marzo e avevo notato nella scelta dei posti un particolare "abbondanza" :)


Da Varesenews

https://www.varesenews.it/2020/01/a321-neo-easyjet-50-emissioni-acustiche-meno/892305/


Easyjet presenta il nuovo “A321 neo” e investe su Malpensa

Il nuovo aeromobile, più performante, è il primo di un lotto di 4 modelli che EasyJet baserà a Malpensa da quest’estate. Annunciate due nuove rotte per Tivat e Preveza

Quarantanove posti in più, 15% di emissioni di CO2 in meno e 50% di impatto acustico ridotto. Questi i dati essenziali del nuovo Airbus A321 neo che EasyJet ha portato a Malpensa. Il country manager della compagnia britannica Lorenzo Lagorio ha presentato ai giornalisti e agli addetti il nuovo modello, un aeromobile decisamente più grande dei precedenti A320.
Insieme all’amministratore delegato di Sea Armando Brunini, Lagorio ha sottolineato i numeri del nuovo aereo in termini di sostenibilità, primo dei quali la capienza: “Avere il 30% dei posti in più rispetto ai 320 e il 50% dei 319 permette a un maggior numero di persone di viaggiare con meno mezzi impiegati. E poi – aggiunge – ci sono le riduzioni, significative, delle emissioni”.

Sea sta insistendo molto sulla sostenibilità degli aeroporti – di Malpensa e Linate – e dei vettori che vi operano: “Dal 2021 – annuncia Brunini – le tariffe aeroportuali saranno più alte le compagnie che inquinano di più, e più basse per quelle che inquinano meno. Il lavoro di EasyJet va in questo senso e ne siamo felici”. L’altro impegno di Sea è sul trasporto extra-aeroportuale: quello cioè di chi arriva e parte dallo scalo. “Il 60% dell’inquinamento dell’aeroporto – afferma il CEO – deriva infatti dai veicoli, principalmente auto, che vi transitano attorno (come aveva confermato il presidente di turno del cuv Stefano Bellaria, ndr). Dobbiamo cercare di incentivare il trasporto su ferro: la realizzazione della metropolitana a Linate (la M4, ndr) è un buon segnale; Malpensa è ben collegata con i treni, ma dobbiamo spingere di più anche in vista delle Olimpiadi invernali del 2026”.

L’Airbus A321 neo
Fa parte della famiglia degli A320, migliorato con una new engine option (da cui la sigla neo), che prevede l’utilizzo di motori più grandi con un consumo inferiore del 15%, l’8% di costi operativi in meno è una riduzione di NOx del 10% rispetto alla serie A320. È lungo 44,5 metri e ha una distanza tra la punta delle ali di 35,8 metri; può coprire una distanza massima di 7.400 chilometri. In estate arriveranno nell’aeroporto della brughiera altri 3 esemplari, in sostituzione di aeromobili A320. La flotta di EasyJet a Malpensa arriverà così a 22 aerei, e a 36 in tutta Italia.

EasyJet e Malpensa
È indubbiamente il vettore più importante nell’aeroporto varesino per numero di passeggeri: nel 2019 ne ha avuti 7,8 milioni, e conta di arrivare a 9. “Milano è uno dei principali mercati europei – ha confermato Lagorio – e ci puntiamo. Ma se a Linate non c’è più margine per crescere, a Malpensa invece sì. Per l’estate abbiamo già annunciato due nuove rotte, per Tivat e Preveza (qui tutte le novità dello scalo varesino per il 2020), e da poco abbiamo lanciato la partnership con Etihad Airways nell’ambito del programma WorldWide by EasyJet: si tratta – ha spiegato – del primo servizio globale di voli in connessione offerto da una compagnia low fare, in collaborazione con il partner tecnologico Dohop. Con questa partnership permettiamo ai nostri clienti di acquistare voli con un’unica transazione: un passeggero potrà volare da Catania a Sidney, passando da Malpensa, senza dover comprare più biglietti”.
 

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Anche Etihad si e' aggiunta al programma Worldwide by easyJet. I passeggeri U2 potranno cosi' sfruttare connessioni in vari scali dove vola EY, incluso Roma FCO e Milano MXP.

Etihad Airways and Easyjet enter into new partnership




  • Customers now have easy access to the Etihad and easyJet networks through joint gateways across Europe
  • This partnership becomes Etihad’s first use of the transformational New Distribution Capability platform
Abu Dhabi, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – Etihad Airways (Etihad), the national airline of the UAE, has become the most recent airline to partner with easyJet, one of the world’s largest airlines. This new partnership means customers can purchase tickets through the easyJet worldwide website connecting the two airlines’ networks and opening new and exciting possibilities for travel between Europe, Africa, the Azores and the UAE. The collaboration comes into effect immediately.
The partnership follows easyJet’s accelerated and successful roll out programme with world-leading flight comparison search engine, Dohop, which powers the easyJet worldwide website connecting its European network with longhaul flights. For Etihad, this has been achieved using the NDC (New Distribution Capability) platform providing technical capability for new partnerships previously not possible. The partnership with easyJet and Dohop is the UAE national airline’s first use of this technology and Etihad plans to add more airlines and travel partners to their NDC portfolio in 2020.
Ali Saleh, Etihad Airways Vice President Alliances and Partnerships, said: “This new collaboration between two great brands is a logical leap forward for both our companies. easyJet is a perfect launch partner for us in Europe, allowing us to reliably increase the breadth of our continental reach to and from Abu Dhabi, as we enhance ways of connecting directly with more airlines and travel partners around the world.
“The ability to provide end-to-end booking capabilities through our NDC platform will provide customers with ‘one stop’ solutions for seamless travel with partners, whether legacy or low-cost, through Etihad’s global gateways.”
Rachel Smith, easyJet’s Head of Commercial Partnerships said: "We're excited to announce our partnership with Etihad Airways, which opens up Abu Dhabi as a destination to our passengers and more of Europe to Etihad. Through smart self-connections and strategic partnerships, we continue to extend the reach of the worldwide by easyJet network offering more value and more routes to more customers."
Customers will for the first time be able to purchase tickets on the easyJet website from 68 cities on the airline’s network in Europe to Abu Dhabi, connecting on to Etihad Airways flights from 10 European gateways in Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Rome, Geneva, Madrid, Manchester, Milan Malpensa, and Zurich. Both airlines plan to expand the partnership to include more destinations in the future.

https://www.etihad.com/en-gb/news/etihad-airways-and-easyjet-enter-into-new-partnership
 

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23 nuove rotte sono state annunciate nel network tra le quali in Italia:

GVA-SUF
MXP-CIY (2weekly JUN/AUG)
NAP-BHX
NTE-PMO
SXF-CIY
 

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Air Italy: prime offerte non vincolanti da Blue Air, British Airways e easyJet

Si materializzano le prime offerte – non vincolanti – per Air Italy. La compagnia, in liquidazione in bonis dallo scorso 11 febbraio – sarebbe nelle mire di tre potenziali acquirenti che avrebbero inviato le loro offerte non binding ai liquidatori Enrico Laghi e Franco Lagro: si tratta di Blue Air, British Airways e easyJet, interessate ad acquisire alcune parti del vettore.

Secondo quanto riportato da Il Messaggero gli obiettivi dei “pretendenti” si assomigliano: la base di Olbia, gli slot di Linate e parte dei dipendenti. I liquidatori hanno appena nominato advisor Maria Cristina Storchi di White&Case e Carlo Grignani di Nctm, che seguiranno la procedura di vendita.



[ http://www.travelquotidiano.com/tra...lue-air-british-airways-e-easyjet/tqid-375856 ]
 

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Nessun passo indietro sull’Italia. Nonostante l’emergenza di questi giorni sulla Penisola e gli inevitabili tagli alle frequenze o alle rotte per il calo della domanda, easyJet non vuole mollare la presa su uno dei mercati su cui ha sempre puntato forte. E per bocca del suo ceo Johan Lundgren (nella foto) garantisce: “L’Italia è per noi, da sempre, un core market su cui continueremo a investire”.

Nell’intervista pubblicata oggi dal Corriere della Sera nell’inserto Economia, il manager traccia la rotta del vettore nel mercato tricolore e ribadisce i piani già in parte annunciati: il posizionamento su Malpensa e Napoli di due nuovi Airbus, con il Capodichino che raggiunge Venezia per numero di aerei basati sullo scalo, ma anche l’attivazione di nuovi voli, come le rotte estive su Comiso, e la riapertura dei collegamenti su Sharm el Sheik.

La risposta all'emergenza
Tutto questo senza nascondere il problema attuale che easyJet sta affrontando di petto: “Abbiamo attivato un gruppo di lavoro – spiega Lundgren – che si riunisce quotidianamente per garantire l’efficacia di tutti i nostri processi e politiche. Le procedure sono simili a quelle sviluppate durante l’epidemia di Sars e altre emergenze sanitarie globali”. Del resto, ricorda il ceo, easyJet ha già messo in piedi l’Operational Resilience Programme, realizzato proprio per essere pronti in caso di emergenze di alto livello e che ha già consentito alla compagnia di ridurre del 21 per cento i ritardi di più di tre ore.

easyJet Holidays
Tornando invece all’Italia, Johan Lundgren sottolinea che c’è un’altra carta che easyJet sta giocando, ovvero quella della divisione Holidays: “La proponiamo nel nostro nuovo programma che permette di acquistare volo più il soggiorno in hotel. Le ricadute economiche possono essere importanti per voi”. E poi, forse già in autunno, arriverà la fase due, con i pacchetti che potranno essere acquistati anche dal pubblico italiano.

https://www.google.it/amp/s/www.ttg...nueremo_a_investire_sul_mercato_italiano/amp/
 

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Posto qui per non ingolfare il thread sul Coronavirus:

. Easyjet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou urges the airline to fire staff and stop buying planes amid coronavirus chaos
Easyjet's founder urged the airline to slash costs by cancelling orders for planes and sacking staff during the coronavirus outbreak.
Just days after the company paid him a £60million dividend, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou said its multi-billion pound order for new planes was the real 'elephant in the room'.

He said this posed the biggest threat to the budget airline's future and called for plans to expand its fleet to be scrapped.

Easyjet is seeking a government-backed loan to help it survive the coronavirus crisis.

The company, along with rivals such as British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, has been forced to ground planes because of the pandemic, while travel restrictions mean it has little revenue coming in.

But despite its request for taxpayer help, Easyjet pressed ahead with a £174million payout to shareholders on Friday, with one third of the cash going to Stelios.

A spokesman for the Cypriot tycoon, who founded the firm in 1995 and still owns 33 per cent of it with his family, declined to comment on the dividend yesterday.
Just days after the company paid him a £60million dividend, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou said its multi-billion pound order for new planes was the real 'elephant in the room'.

He said this posed the biggest threat to the budget airline's future and called for plans to expand its fleet to be scrapped.

Easyjet is seeking a government-backed loan to help it survive the coronavirus crisis.

The company, along with rivals such as British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, has been forced to ground planes because of the pandemic, while travel restrictions mean it has little revenue coming in.

But despite its request for taxpayer help, Easyjet pressed ahead with a £174million payout to shareholders on Friday, with one third of the cash going to Stelios.

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His spokesman said: 'For the company to survive, it needs to cancel the current contract with Airbus citing 'force majeure' and aim to run an Easyjet fleet of 250 aircraft, rather than the current 350.'
This should be followed by an 'associated reduction in crewing numbers'.

An Easyjet spokesman said: 'Easyjet is taking every action to remove cost and non-critical expenditure from the business.
Bosses at low-cost central and Eastern European airline Wizz Air will forego their salaries for five weeks.
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money...es-Easyjet-fire-staff-stop-buying-planes.html