Easyjet is set to report a massive 20% rise in profits to ?700m for the year.
They have benefited from the bad weather this summer which has prompted more people than ever to fly to warmer climates in search of sun. Shares are up 15% on 2014 and prospects continue to look for the airline which is 20 years old this year.
They have grown very rapidly in the last few years and have invested heavily in new aircraft. They now operate over 600 routes in 30 countries and have 200 aircraft and over 8,000 staff. Easyjet are also operating very efficiently with a high capacity and a low level of flight delays compares with the industry average.
With all of this increased profit, you would hope that they would invest in customer service departments to deal efficiently with flight delay compensation claims. Sadly, they remain one of the poorer payers of flight compensation claims and often fail to reply to demand letters at all. If you have made a claim and EasyJet have failed to reply then contact us now. We will take legal proceedings against them to force them to pay you the flight compensation you are owed.
Read more about EasyJet flight delay compensation claims and how they compare with other airlines on our Airline delay compensation page.