easyJet to lose more than £200m in profit



Low-cost airline easyJet has revealed it will take a hit of more than £200 million from the plunging pound and a series of “extraordinary events” after terrorist attacks and air traffic control strikes have taken their toll.
The carrier, which runs a number of flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, warned it will be left nursing at least £125 million in lost profit after a combination of terror attacks across Europe, Egypt and Tunisia as well as air traffic control strikes in France and political turmoil in Turkey.
EasyJet added that the tumbling value of the pound since the Brexit... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 34
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