EasyJet reports record bookings in January

EasyJet reports record bookings in January

Friday, 26 Jan, 2023 0

EasyJet expects to surpass market expectations for profits this year.

It points to record booking levels in January despite the cost of living crisis.

It hit record numbers on several days this month.

It says easyJet holidays packages are 60% sold for this summer.

The company had a 161% year-on-year increase in customers.

It forecasts 50% growth for its holidays business compared with last year.

According to CEO Johan Lundgren, it ‘filled five aircraft every minute in the peak hours, with three record-breaking weekends for sales revenue.’

EasyJet reported a pre-tax loss of £133m for the final quarter of last year.

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