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Re: Is easyJet strategy to become a real mess in the future?

Tue Nov 15, 2016 9:27 pm

I start getting worried when companies start padding slides with the socioeconomic categories of passengers.

Financial numbers are unimpressive compared to Ryanair and Wizz Air, but it is fair to see that Easyjet has been more exposed to the French events....
 
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Re: Is easyJet strategy to become a real mess in the future?

Tue Nov 15, 2016 11:49 pm

SCQ83 wrote:
So are they going to leave every main route and airport in Europe? (since FR and DY sooner or later will start any of them).


I personally think you overestimate Norwegian's competitiveness against easyJet. Norwegian has time and time again failed to disturb easyJet - DY's LPL-CPH route was a disaster, I don't exactly see EZY suffering from DY anywhere (e.g. SXF-CPH, BUD-LGW, MAD-LGW, LGW-FCO, BCN-MAN etc etc are all routes where DY and EZY coexist). Norwegian's assault on LGW seems to have completely avoided many key business routes and focused on leisure traffic.
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Re: Is easyJet strategy to become a real mess in the future?

Wed Nov 16, 2016 9:20 am

98% of easyJet capacity touches airports where it is number one or number two. According to data presented by easyJet in its FY2016 annual results presentation, 98% of its seats in FY2016 touched an airport at which the airline is either number one (83% of its seats), or number two, by seat capacity (15%).

Its growth plan is based on the strength of its network and the opportunity that it expects to use this to grow market share from higher-cost legacy airlines.

http://centreforaviation.com/analysis/e ... rts-313562
 
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Re: Is easyJet strategy to become a real mess in the future?

Wed Nov 16, 2016 2:58 pm

I don't exactly see EZY suffering from DY anywhere (e.g. SXF-CPH, BUD-LGW, MAD-LGW, LGW-FCO, BCN-MAN etc etc are all routes where DY and EZY coexist.


As a side point, Easyjet do not serve MAN-BCN. Norwegian, Monarch, Vueling, Ryanair and Jet2 do though.

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