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Again, from an investor point of view, Easyjet have performed brilliantly, as Simon points out up 122% this year. Even during the 2008/9 crash they performed reasonably and have continued from around 350p then to 1150 today.
Another plus point is they now pay a dividend yielding about 2%.
Just a thought here. What if IAG sold off BA’s European routes with a feeder agreement to it’s long haul flights in place. I wonder if Easyjet would be a willing buyer?
Or perhaps Easyjet simply don’t need to!!!