EasyJet reports record bookings despite cost of living crisis
EasyJet has lauded a surge in record bookings in January as passengers prioritised travel for the coming year amid signs airlines are finally recovering from the pandemic downturn.
Despite the continuing cost of living crisis in the UK and abroad, the airline said current high levels of demand and strong bookings meant it expected to beat market expectations for its profits this year.
EasyJet said it had seen the return of the traditional January boom in bookings, hitting record numbers on several days, as customers booked flights and package holidays for the months ahead and this summer.
The carrier said it continued to see strong demand for travel in the UK, while its easyJet holidays are already 60% sold for this summer.
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