• British loukoster easyJet will create a new airline in Austria

  • British budget airline easyJet announced its intention to create a new carrier in Austria. Information about it published on the carrier's website on Friday, July 14.

    The new company will be called easyJet Europe. Its headquarters will be placed in Vienna.

    The creation of a new carrier on the territory of the European Union took British airlines not to lose the right to operate flights between EU countries after 2019, Britain will leave this Union. According to the rules in force in the EU, the carrier for flights within a United Europe, must have a license and certificate (AOC) issued by a member country of the EU.

    "We are in the process of accreditation, easyJet expects to receive AOC and license in the near future", — stated in the message of the airline.

    Austria carrier was chosen due to the fact that the country "is strictly complied with European safety rules," reports Reuters. Earlier, the German airline Lufthansa has also selected Austria for the registration of their low-cost carrier Eurowings. For this carrier at home criticized representatives of pilots unions.

    easyJet plans to re-register in the new airline 110 of its aircraft. The British expect to complete the process before the UK will leave the EU.

    Budget airline easyJet was founded in 1995. The headquarters is located in London's Luton airport. In the Park of the carrier more than 260 aircraft (all Airbus A320). By the end of 2016 carried 74.5 million passengers. According to this index in Europe among budget airlines easyJet is second only to the Irish Ryanair (117 million people).

    In 2013, easyJet has opened flights to Russia flights to Moscow (Domodedovo) was run from London (Gatwick) and Manchester. However, in 2016 flights to the Russian capital were closed.


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