Most popular seat in aircraft revealed

airline EasyJetWashington, June 6 - A new survey by budget airline EasyJet has revealed that customers in Europe prefer booking 7F as it is typically cheap row and closest to right-hand window.

According to the airline, nationality, age and travel companion all influence the cabin position of choice and window seats are generally the most desirable, with 59 percent preferring to gaze out in the sky, CNN news reported.

Peter Duffy, group commercial director for EasyJet, said that the window versus aisle debate is one of the most frequently overheard conversations while flying.

EasyJet increases its annual profit forecasts

EasyJet increases its annual profit forecastsEasyJet, a leading low cost airline in Europe, has announced its decision to increase its annual profit forecasts after the carrier recorded higher than expected revenue per seat during the summer.

EasyJet has said that it expects its pre-tax profits to be in the range of £470 million to £480 million during the year till September. The prediction is at the top of the July forecast, which was itself revised upwards by the company. The carrier, which is a FTSE 100 firm, said that revenues per seat rose six per cent while the costs rose 4 per cent during the period.

EasyJet founder launches new budget supermarket chain

EasyJet founder launches new budget supermarket chainThe founder of Europe’s EasyJet low cost airline, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has launched a pilot programme with one budget supermarket, EasyFoodStore.

The company is aiming to compete with the likes of Aldi and Lidl, and Poundland in the market. The EasyFoodstore will be located on the ground floor of the -storey office building acquired by EasyGroup in Croydon, south London. The building also hosts other Easygroup businesses, including Easyhotel and Easygym.

EasyJet to launch services to five new routes from Edinburgh

EasyJet to launch services to five new routes from EdinburghAviation firm, EasyJet has said that it is planning to launch services to five more destinations form Edinburgh from next January.

The airline will add two extra aircraft at the capital and will add 100 jobs at the airport. After the expansion, the airline will emerge as the biggest airline in Scotland. The move brings much relief to the Edinburgh, which has seen several cancellations of services by Ryanair.

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