easyJet is an airline operating under the low-cost carrier model. The Company operates domestic and international scheduled services on over 820 routes in more than 30 countries. The key points of its business model are high aircraft utilisation, quick turnaround times, charging for extras (such as priority boarding, hold baggage and food) and keeping operating costs low.

TypePublic
HQLondon, GB
Founded1995
Size (employees)12,280 (est)+6%
Websiteeasyjet.com
Easyjet was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Key People/Management at Easyjet

Andrew Findlay

Andrew Findlay

CFO
Johan Lundgren

Johan Lundgren

CEO
Chris Brocklesby

Chris Brocklesby

CIO
Kyla Mullins

Kyla Mullins

Group General Counsel and Director of Corporate Governance
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Easyjet Office Locations

Easyjet has offices in London, Milan, Geneva, Hamburg and in 18 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
Hangar 89, Luton Airport Luton
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Easyjet Financials and Metrics

Easyjet Revenue

Easyjet's revenue was reported to be £5.05 b in FY, 2017 which is a 8.1% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (H1, 2018)

2.2 b

Gross profit (H1, 2018)

(18 m)

Gross profit margin (H1, 2018), %

(0.8%)

Cash (30-Sep-2017)

711 m

EV

5.5 b
Annual
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

4.7 b5 b

Revenue growth, %

0%8%

Cost of goods sold

3.8 b

Gross profit

1.2 b
Half Year
GBPH1, 2018

Revenue

2.2 b

Cost of goods sold

2.2 b

Gross profit

(18 m)

Gross profit Margin, %

(1%)
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

969 m711 m

Accounts Receivable

57 m275 m

Current Assets

1.5 b1.7 b

PP&E

3.3 b3.5 b
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

427 m305 m

Cash From Operating Activities

387 m663 m

Purchases of PP&E

(549 m)(586 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(541 m)(7 m)
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Easyjet Operating Metrics

FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017Jan, 2018Feb, 2018Mar, 2018H1, 2018Apr, 2018May, 2018Jun, 2018

Passengers

61.33 m65.35 m69.83 m74.45 m80.20 m5.16 m5.52 m6.55 m36.80 m7.45 m7.79 m7.90 m

Passenger Load Factor

89.3%90.6%91.5%91.6%92.6%88.4%93%93.4%91.1%93.4%93.3%95.4%

Revenue per Seat

£62.58 £63.31 £62.48 £58.46 £58.23 £54.10

Available Seats

79.90 m86.70 m40.40 m
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Easyjet Revenue Breakdown

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Easyjet revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 31.1% from Southern Europe, 22.7% from Northern Europe , 44.7% from United Kingdom and 1.5% from Other

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Easyjet News and Updates

Easyjet soars while housebuilders temper blue chip index gains

The FTSE 100 index has ended the day up 0.34 per cent, as Easyjet continued to climb after directors scooped up shares earlier this week. However the FTSE 100's close, at 7,164 points, was substantially lower than last Friday's close of 7224 points. BP helped to nudge the blue chip index up du…

EasyJet Is Transforming the German Market With Launch of Domestic Routes

Yes, Air Berlin was ostensibly competition for Lufthansa. But for a long time, Air Berlin was a weakened competitor. Now that Easyjet has taken over some of Air Berlin's assets, the German market could be transformed. -Brian Sumers

Easyjet to buy Air Berlin's Tegel operations for 40 mln euros

Oct 27 (Reuters) - Britain's Easyjet said on Friday that it has agreed to buy part of Air Berlin's operations at Berlin Tegel Airport for 40 million euros ($46.43 million).

The German government buys time for bankrupt Air Berlin after investor Etihad bails

The German government threw Air Berlin a lifeline after the country’s second largest airline filed for bankruptcy due to its biggest shareholder, Etihad Airways, pulling…

Easyjet founder pledges half of fortune to charity

  Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the founder of Easyjet, has signed up to the Giving Pledge, promising to give half of his fortune to charity. Haji-Ioannou signed up to the Giving Pledge last month with 13 other individuals and couples from countries including Australia, the US, Slovenia, China, and Norway. …

Are catamarans cool again? We take to the Ionian Sea to find out

Snobbery is a terrible thing and I can’t deny a sliver of it myself. Particularly when it comes to yachts I imagine myself owning. I wouldn’t be seen dead on a catamaran. Clumsy, squat, and gauche. The caravan of the sea. However I needed to put my snobbery aside to negotiate my next fix of saili…
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Easyjet Company Life and Culture

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