“We have the ability to adapt quickly to operate 90% of our current fleet during the peak summer period to meet demand.
“We know there is pent-up demand, we saw it again when the Green List countries were released and added over 105,000 seats, and so we look forward to helping many more people. to travel this summer, “he added.
The group saw revenues drop 90% to £ 240million in the first half of the year, as the recent ban on international pleasure air travel from Britain resulted in passenger numbers falling 89.4%.
On a reported basis, pre-tax losses for the half-year amounted to £ 645million compared to losses of £ 353million a year earlier.
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This notice was published: 2021-05-20 07:43:28