Easyjet, the decision to return to investing organically in the Italian market
There British company low cost back to tack on Italian market: for the 2022 etiva season Easyjet intends to expand its Italian fleet with the arrival of six new aircraft. The low-cost carrier, the note reads, will increase the number of aircraft based in Italy from 27 to 33, with an increase from 21 to 24 of those based in Italy. Milan Malpensa, confirmed as the global strategic hub of the company, has four to six of those of Naples and two to three of those of Venice.
“Italy has always played a key role for Easyjet, where we have always continued to invest to consolidate our leadership position. Since we started operating on the Italian market in 1998, we have transported around 170 million passengers to and from the country and for years we have been the third largest carrier in the Italian market “, he commented. Johan Lundgren, CEO of Easyjet.
“During the pandemic Easyjet it has maintained a rigorous and prudent approach which is now allowing us to resume investing strongly. I am therefore pleased to confirm our expansion in all three Italian bases in view of the recovery in demand expected for next summer “, continued the CEO. Lundgren.
“We strengthen our presence in Lombardy, continuing to be the first company in Milan Malpensa but we are also growing up Linate And Milan Bergamo with new routes and a differentiated offer for our customers “, he said for his part Lorenzo Lagorio, Easyjet Italy country manager.
“At the same time, we also intend to continue to be the go-to company for Naples and the Campania and reaffirm our presence in Venice “, he concluded Lagorio.
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