EasyJet is doing the big back while waiting for the end of travel restrictions in the United Kingdom, scheduled for May 17.
By then, the British government will have drawn up a list of countries open to travelers.
Across the Channel, many expect the recovery to be faster towards the United States, Israel, the Caribbean or Singapore than towards European countries.
Aeronautics prepares the way out of the crisis
After a very trying year 2020 and an equally difficult start to 2021, the orange company will need this first breath of fresh air.
Just like Ryanair, the Irish low-cost.
EasyJet expects to record a pre-tax loss of between 690 and 750 million pounds in the first half of the year ended at the end of March, while its turnover has been divided by ten.
During the first quarter of 2021, the company deployed only 9% of its 2019 capacities;
it should not go beyond 20% in the spring.Wednesday Johan Lundgren, CEO of EasyJet also pointed out the costs of PCR tests
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