EasyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou will oppose the UK budget carrier’s plans to acquire up to 235 A320s during an extraordinary general meeting July 11. In June, easyJet detailed plans to take 35 Airbus A320s and 100 A320neos, plus rights on a further 100 A320neos. The deal remains subject to shareholder approval. In a letter released Monday Haji-Ioannou—who has repeatedly challenged easyJet’s growth plans—urged the airline’s independent shareholders to ...

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