British Airway, easyJet, Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic response to PwC report on the economic impact of Air Passenger Duty
Welcoming the PwC report, Willie Walsh, chief executive of British Airways' parent company, IAG; Carolyn McCall, chief executive easyJet; Michael O'Leary, chief executive Ryanair and Craig Kreeger, chief executive of Virgin Atlantic jointly said:
Scrapping flight tax could pay for itself and create 60,000 jobs, says Pioneer study
A study commissioned by the UK’s four major airlines on the economic impact of Air Passenger Duty shows that its abolition could bring a lasting boost to the UK economy, generating a net tax gain for the Treasury and creating almost 60,000 new jobs.
easyJet announces 330 new permanent jobs for pilots
easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, today announced 330 new permanent jobs in 2013 for pilots as part of a new career structure to provide cadet and First Officer opportunities for pilots looking for a career at easyJet.
easyJet launches emergency appeal with UNICEF in aid of the children of Syria
Passengers can donate on over 43,000 flights during six week ‘Change for Good’ campaign