EasyJet blames Brexit for heavy losses

EasyJet blames Brexit for heavy losses

British low-cost carrier easyJet warned on Monday that demand and pricing were suffering from Brexit jitters and a weaker economic outlook. The airline said it was set to rack up a 275 million pounds ($359 million) loss for the first half of its financial year, in line with earlier guidance.

Timothy
Timothy
Cross1ve
Cross1ve 1 year

That's the easiest scapegoat ever. Who the fk believes these clowns

George Ashworth
George Ashworth 1 year

It's not the fact that we get more shit every year and the competition gets more fierce. It's Brexit!

TheBornOfFire
TheBornOfFire 1 year

brexit didn't cause this, although the absolute incompetence with which it is being handled could well be.

Robert Leather
Robert Leather 1 year

In the last two years easyJet has lost its popularity due to increased competition from other low cost carriers and a number of bad news stories that have plagued both it and fellow competitor Ryanair. But like so many companies being managed badly, they look to blame someone else for their incompetence and/or bad luck.

dindu jujitsu
dindu jujitsu 1 year

Did Easyjet lose it's easy button?

Mark Oulaghan
Mark Oulaghan 1 year

what a load of crap

Life of Ri
Life of Ri 1 year

What brexit?!

Dawn Trimble
Dawn Trimble 1 year

does anyone see the faces in the clouds

Top in Business
Get the App