The airline recorded good performances in November 2017 due to key indicators such as seat-occupancy rate and number of flights.
Operating in European destinations and the Mediterranean basin, EasyJet has seen an increase in its seat-occupancy rate reaching 92.3%, or 2.6 points more than in 2016.
EasyJet offered 34,000 flights in November 2017 and was especially successful serving Milan Malpensa - Amsterdam and Berlin Schönefeld - Bâle Mulhouse lines, followed by Paris - Nice and Paris -Toulouse lines.
On the same period, the airline transported 5.35 million passengers compared to 4.95 million in 2016, for an 8.1% increase. During the All Saints holiday, France turned out to be a booming market. Due to the opening of new routes to Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, the southern Mediterranean became the top destination. As for business travel, flights from Paris to Nice and Toulouse contributed to this growth.