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easyJet revenue down after Brexit vote, failed coup in Turkey and terror attacks

The UK?s Brexit vote and recent events in Turkey and Nice have contributed to a ?difficult and uncertain? operating environment, low-cost airline easyJet said today. In a trading statement for the quarter ended … Continue reading “easyJet revenue down after Brexit vote, failed coup in Turkey and terror attacks”


London Mayor calls for swift decision on Heathrow/Gatwick expansion

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has welcomed a new investment in Gatwick Airport and called on the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, to make a quick decision on airport expansion in south-east … Continue reading “London Mayor calls for swift decision on Heathrow/Gatwick expansion”


Ireland’s Ryaniar seeks EU-based buyers for Aer Lingus stake

Irish airline Ryanair Holdings Plc (LON:RYA) said today it will unconditionally sell its entire 29% interest in smaller rival Aer Lingus Group Plc (LON:AERL) to any other European Union (EU) carrier that makes … Continue reading “Ireland’s Ryaniar seeks EU-based buyers for Aer Lingus stake”


Slovenia to privatise 15 companies to avoid EU bailout

Slovenia’s government plans to dispose of 15 state-owned companies, including its second largest bank Nova KBM, largest telecommunications group Telekom Slovenia, flag carrier Adria Airways and Ljubljana Airport, as part of its efforts … Continue reading “Slovenia to privatise 15 companies to avoid EU bailout”


City and Gatwick owner circles Hochtief’s airport assets

German construction group Hochtief AG (FRA:HOT) has received offers for the holdings in five airports it has put on sale, Reuters reported, quoting two people in the know. Fraport AG (ETR:FRA), which runs … Continue reading “City and Gatwick owner circles Hochtief’s airport assets”


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