EasyJet plans to fly 60 per cent of its pre-pandemic capacity in July-September as a travel recovery takes hold in mainland Europe.
The British airline said it was confident on demand for the summer and autumn, issuing its most buoyant update since the start of the pandemic almost a year and a half ago, and allowing it to lift capacity from just 17 per cent of 2019 levels in March-June.
The travel pick-up has to date been led by the European Union, says easyJet, leading it to shift planes from Britain to markets including Scandinavia and the Netherlands.
Two-thirds of bookings are currently coming from the rest of Europe, while normally its
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