Carolyn McCall - EasyJet

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Looking ahead, we are seeing an improving revenue per seat trend as well as the continued reduction of competitor capacity growth. Cost performance for the full year will continue to be strong.feedback
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May 16 2017
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Jun 09 2016 - Ryanair

We have been disproportionately affected by extraordinary events this year but our excellent network, cost control and revenue initiatives and our strong balance sheet underpin our confidence in the business.feedback

May 13 2016 - Ryanair

Consumers have benefited greatly from deregulation and from lower prices and from a massive expansion of routes.feedback

May 10 2016

April was particularity awful on yields because of Brussels and the tail-end of Paris, but there's an improving trajectory on that for May and June.feedback

Jan 07 2016

We have to be in control of our own destiny, so we will do the work. Until we have the government to take us forward in the UK, we can't expect much change.feedback

Jan 02 2016 - Ryanair

I don't think they are more of a competitor, I think our competition remains the legacy carriers. There's a lot for both of us to go for.feedback

Jan 02 2016 - Ryanair

I'm staying at easyJet. I love easyJet. I really like what I am doing and I am here to stay. No intention to leave.feedback

Nov 10 2015

One of the opportunities for us is that legacy carriers have so many different plates spinning, whether its restructuring , whether it's unions, whether it's the big head offices and the infrastructure costs, long-haul, short-haul we don't have that. We have very clear objectives, very clear goals. We do short-haul Europe and we look after our passengers. We're very focused, that gives us a lot of ability to compete and continue to compete with them.feedback

Oct 11 2015

We've been looking at it in for some time and we are obviously in discussions with other airlines about this.feedback

Oct 11 2015

When the government says that they believe Sharm (al-Sheikh) airport is safe to operate to, we would unsuspend our operations there.feedback

Oct 11 2015

If any airport needs to tighten their security it will be governments that decide that that is the case.feedback

Oct 11 2015

They (legacy carriers) are losing a lot of money on short-haul Europe which is why they are very interested in talking to us and others about how they get feed. There should be a way in future.feedback

Jul 06 2015

It's one of things that makes us European. For my students it's entirely normal to think we'll celebrate the end of exams by hopping on a cheap flight to Barcelona, armed with just a passport and a European Health Insurance Card, for emergency treatment, should they need it.feedback

Nov 17 2014

We will see passenger growth of 7 percent a year, sustaining margins through rigorous cost control and the benefit of fleet up-gauging, resulting in positive profit momentum.feedback

Mar 27 2012

Low fares airlines have completely transformed travelling in Europe. They have made it accessible, they have made it reasonable. More people travel now than ever before. I think what Easyjet does really, really well is it has this incredibly strong network now, actually 60 percent of our passengers now originate in Europe. We are very, very strong at connecting people throughout Europe.feedback

Mar 27 2012

I think London Southend is a particular example of us being quite opportunistic. Our strategy is actually to fly into primary airports, why Southend fits into this – although it's clearly not a primary airport – is because it is a London airport and capacity in London is in short supply.feedback

May 10 2011

The past six months has been tough with sharply rising fuel costs combined with cautious behaviour by consumers and an adverse impact from taxes on passengers.feedback

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