Cautious comments by British budget airline Easyjet on the outlook for summer pricing hit its shares and those of rival airlines yesterday, overshadowing an increased profit target after a strong quarter. The airline is seeking a replacement for chief executive Carolyn McCall, who is joining broadcaster ITV. While Ms McCall said she was leaving Easyjet in a strong position, the comments on pricing highlight one of the challenges her successor will face.
LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) - Cautious comments by British budget airline easyJet on the outlook for summer pricing hit its shares and those of rival airlines on Thursday, overshadowing an increased profit target. The airline, which is seeking a replacement for CEO Carolyn McCall who is joining broadcaster ITV, said revenues per seat were up 2.2 percent in its third quarter but expected yields to remain under pressure into its next financial year.
Wang Jianlin of Dalian Wanda Group gives a speech at a university in Beijing, China May 12, 2017. Picture taken May 12, 2017. LONDON (Reuters) - British budget airline easyJet (EZJ.L) raised its profit outlook on Thursday after it filled more seats on its planes while keeping a tight grip on costs during the third quarter.
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