Easyjet sees "exponential growth in bookings"

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Easyjet sees "exponential growth in bookings"

Airbus A321neo (Photo: Jan Gruber)
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The low-cost airline Easyjet reported a significant increase in new bookings shortly after Germany and Switzerland removed at least parts of Portugal from the risk lists. This should have occurred just a few hours after the announcements by the respective government.

The carrier estimates that compared to the previous week, 170 percent more tickets were sold from Switzerland to Portugal. According to Easyjet, the plus in the direction of Spain is 15 percent. From the Swiss Confederation, Easyjet Switzerland heads for the two European countries from Basel, Zurich and Geneva.

José Lopes, Easyjet Regional Director in Portugal, also said that Germany has "seen an exponential increase in new bookings". Since the lifting of the travel warning for some regions of Portugal and Spain, the demand would have increased enormously. Especially around Easter, but also for Whitsun and the summer, Germans would buy “exponentially more tickets”.

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