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Easyjet warns of softer Italian demand

Easyjet Airbus A320
Easyjet Airbus A320, © Airbus

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LONDON - British budget airline Easyjet warned on Friday it had seen a significant softening of demand and load factors into and out of its northern Italian bases and slower demand in other European markets due to coronavirus. The airline will put immediate cost saving measures in place to protect its financials.

As a result it is cancelling some flights, it said, particularly those into and out of Italy, while continuing to monitor the situation and adapting its flying programme to support demand.

Easyjet said it was too early to determine what the impact of the virus outbreak will be on its current year outlook and guidance for both the airline and holidays business. The airline responds with interim cost cutting measures and will suspend several flights in and out of Italy.
© Reuters, aero.uk | Image: Airbus | 28/02/2020 08:35


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