The British low-cost airline Easyjet, and despite the threat of unregulated Brexits no fear of his flight operations in the European Union. Also, the ticket sales grew, despite the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU. The company is prepared for the Brexit well informed Easyjet on Tuesday in Luton, near London. However, the Management to Airline chief Johan Lundgren thinks out loud about the tough measures to the shareholders.
to apply after the Brexit continue as an EU airline, will Easyjet get rid of may be a number of shareholders from the UK or other countries outside the European economic area. In addition, the company may suspend their voting rights or force you to sell your shares to citizens of the EU, made it clear the company.
Currently, the Airline is 49 per cent in the hands of shareholders from the European economic area – excluding the UK. With the contemplated steps, you could try to increase this share to more than 50 percent. So that you could comply with the currently applicable requirements for the operation of the aircraft within the EU. Easyjet has already transferred 130 Airbus aircraft to a subsidiary in Austria. To Brexit-date 29. March will also be the licenses of the crews.
In the first quarter to the end of December, Easyjet increased its sales compared to the same period last year by nearly 14 percent to the equivalent of 1.5 billion euros. The revenue per seat declined by around four percent. To made profit or loss of the company.
For the current fiscal year to the end of September, attributed to the Easyjet management, with an adjusted pre-tax profit in line with expectations. Interviewed by Bloomberg experts expect an average of the equivalent of 658,24 million euros – a value around the previous year’s level. For the Air Berlin acquired business at the Berlin Tegel airport, Easyjet expected for the full year, however, again in the red.