Two of Britain's oldest newlyweds have been put off flying for life after their honeymoon flight turned into the thing of nightmares.Read the full story ›
EasyJet hopes to fly short-haul routes, such as London to Paris, using battery-powered planes within the next decade.Read the full story ›
This image of the airport worker throwing a punch at an easyJet passenger has been circulated on social media.Read the full story ›
The former head of Guardian Media Group will take up the vacant role at the broadcaster in January 2018 as she succeeds Adam Crozier.Read the full story ›
The Vienna-based easyJet Europe will allow the airline to continue flying in the European Union after Brexit.Read the full story ›
EasyJet said it is "sorry" after two passengers were ordered off a flight and told they would have to wait four days before they could fly.Read the full story ›
An easyJet plane had to be diverted to an airport 125 miles away from its destination over fears that it was damaged by turbulence.Read the full story ›
The plane left Edinburgh Airport at 12.40pm on Monday when it experienced a technical issue.Read the full story ›
Budget airline easyJet has posted a 27.9% tumble in pre-tax profits to £495 million for the year to September 30, from £686 million a year prior, after the plunging pound cost it £88 million.
It also lost around £150 million from "unprecedented" events. Airlines have been knocked by a combination of political turmoil, terror attacks, strikes, and intense competition in the sector.
The airline said it was planning a review over the next year to make "meaningful" savings and a "simpler, more efficient" company.
The low-cost carrier said a series of "extraordinary events" including terror attacks across Europe and strikes will cause profit losses.Read the full story ›