easyJet aims for 10 million additional passengers this year

easyjeteasyJet’s new chief executive has issued a powerful trading statement covering the past quarter of 2017 after assimilating on AirBerlin paths and a new foundation at Tegel airport at Germany, and also effective cost cutting.

Passenger amounts were up 8 percent and revenue was up 14 percent with more add-on earnings fostering money.

Johan Lundgren, the new manager in the airline as December 2017, stated:-LRB-*****)
Our customer suggestion will continue to induce passenger growth and loyalty. We have excellent earnings growth, strong cost control, a strong operation and a solid balance sheet.

“We anticipate to reach a string of landmarks in 2018 such as the roll from our entire summer program at our recently established foundation at Berlin Tegel, a rise in passenger numbers from 80 million into approximately 90 million, ‘Worldwide by easyJet‘ will be enlarged to approximately half easyJet’s network enabling clients to interact with long-haul services, our fleet increases to over 300 aircraft by spring 2018 and we’ll take delivery of our initial A321neo aircraft. There’s a whole lot to look forward to.”

For that the Complete trading announcement Q.4, 2017 click on HERE