UK low-cost carrier easyJet has signed seven- and 10-year deals with London’s Gatwick and Luton airports, respectively, enabling the airline to commit to growth at those locations. The airline said the seven-year deal with Gatwick Airport would provide the framework for continued growth through increased slots and by deploying larger aircraft. EasyJet will replace its 156-seat Airbus A319s with 180-seat A320s and, from 2017, A320neos. By the end of March 2015, it will increase capacity ...

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