EasyJet Airline

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The airline was founded by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou in 1995, and he and his family remain major shareholders in easyJet PLC .


The easyJet business model was built on the principle of one type of aircraft that can be utilised throughout the network, at anytime, by any crew. It appeared to be a contradiction when, in December 2002, easyJet signed a deal with Airbus to deliver 120 aircraft to the airline from September 2003 over five years, with 'price protection' on a further 120 Airbus A319 aircraft until 2012.

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EasyJet Airline
Luton
London, United Kingdom
United Kingdom


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