The news about the Covid vaccine and its first positive results is as a defibrillator for airlines, especially for Easyjet which saw a 50% increase in flight bookings. The announcement of the vaccine proved to be great news as the British company announced a loss of 1.27 billion pounds (1.41 billion euros) from September 30 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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EasyJet said bookings jumped 50% on the day there was positive news about the coronavirus vaccine, even when the British airline announced an annual loss of $ 1.68 billion, the first in its history https://t.co/HkhEj4dKXg pic.twitter.com/Kh5oDlYiYS
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It also means that once they have mandatory health bulletins, users return to search for flights and travel, to travel around the world to “Everywhere” destination.
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«We know that at the end of the day people want to travel. With the announcement of the vaccine alone, you know, last Monday, bookings increased by almost 50%.»EasyJet CEO for BBC Radio on Tuesday, Johann Lundgren. Shares of EasyJet also suffered the same yeast effect: they rose 45% last week, again thanks to a boost in vaccine testing. The company currently operates with a capacity of 20% and does not offer any prospects for 2021.
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