The airline took advantage of Monarch and Air Berlin’s struggles last year
Thursday 18 Jan 2018 Author: Lisa-Marie Janes

When low-cost airline EasyJet (EZJ) reports first quarter results on 23 January, the biggest question on investors’ lips will be whether it is continuing to win business from struggling or defunct rivals.

Last year, EasyJet said revenue per seat growth was expected to be positive by ‘low to mid-single digits’ in the half year to 31 March 2018 after Monarch descended into administration and Air Berlin declared insolvency.

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