EasyJet Flies Toward Uncertain Summer of a European Slowdown

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An EasyJet aircraft taking off. The carrier has maintained its profit guidance. Rob Hodgkins / Flickr

Skift Take: It’s not a great time to be running a European short-haul airline, but EasyJet is trying to make the best of it. While growing its holiday and business travel offerings is probably a smart move, it’s difficult to see them making much of a difference if the economic climate keeps getting worse.

— Patrick Whyte

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