EasyJet is continuing its expansion out of Berlin, which has become a focus city for the UK LCC, and is part of its strategy to hold dominant market shares in the large European cities where it has bases. EasyJet Europe CEO Thomas Haagensen said that by 2019, the airline will have 25 aircraft and more than 1,000 employees based at Berlin-Tegel Airport. The airline is acquiring 25 Airbus A320s that previously belonged to airberlin, which ceased operations in 2017. The company is wet-leasing ...

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