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EasyJet is creating more than 450 pilot jobs at its airline operations across the country.
EasyJet is to expand its budget airline operations at Belfast International Airport this year, with the creation of 100 jobs.
EasyJet has announced plans to create about 1,140 pilot and cabin crew jobs at its airline operations across the country.
EasyJet is creating 40 new jobs at its newly-opened £2.7m training facility at Gatwick Airport.
EasyJet is to expand its services from Belfast International airport this year, with the creation of 100 jobs.
EasyJet is looking to expand its budget airline operations at Luton Airport and create up to 2,500 jobs, if site improvements are approved by government.
EasyJet is to expand its capacity at Gatwick airport by about 10% over the next year, and may move its operations to the north terminal.
EasyJet is to create 200 jobs for pilots and cabin crew at Gatwick Airport, in order to launch a number of new routes.
EasyJet is looking to recruit 200 additional pilots to work from its 11 UK airports by 2014.
EasyJet is to create 330 new pilot jobs at airports across the country this year.
EasyJet is to launch new services from Manchester to Moscow and Prague next spring, with the creation of 80 jobs.
EasyJet is to launch six new routes from Edinburgh airport, with the creation of about 160 jobs.
EasyJet is planning to expand its budget airline operations at Edinburgh airport, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.
EasyJet is to expand its budget airline operations at Manchester Airport, with the creation of 120 jobs.
EasyJet is to commence operations from London Southend Airport in April 2012, with an initial three aircraft flying to ten destinations.
EasyJet is planning to create hundreds of new jobs with the launch of new routes from Manchester Airport over the next few years.
EasyJet is to create 60 new jobs at Edinburgh Airport, with the launch of three new routes and an additional Airbus A320.
EasyJet is creating about 60 jobs at Manchester Airport with the introduction of new routes to Turkey, Corsica, Corfu and Greece.
EasyJet is to increase the number of flights from Manchester Airport this year, with new services to Greece, Corsica and Corfu and the creation of 33 jobs for cabin crew, pilots and support staff.
EasyJet is to establish a new base for its budget airline at Manchester Airport next year, as part of a regional expansion programme that will also involve more flights from Liverpool.
EasyJet is to acquire GB Airways, the Gatwick-based British Airways franchise that operates 28 routes from Gatwick and six from Manchester, from the Bland Group for £103m.
EasyJet is to start four new air routes from Belfast to Paris, Nice, Malaga and Alicante in June, which will lead to the creation of more than 200 jobs in Belfast.
EasyJet is planning to double the number of aircraft operated from Newcastle International Airport from five to ten over the next five years.
EasyJet is planning to set up a second German operating base at Dortmund airport later this year.
EasyJet is to expand its low-cost airline operation at Paris Orly airport, having secured 2,190 additional flight slots per year.
EasyJet is to move into the German market by setting up an operating base at Berlin Schonefeld airport, and will launch 11 routes in May.
EasyJet is to recruit a further 24 cabin crew in Belfast next month, in preparation for the planned expansion in its services over the next year.
EasyJet, the low-cost airline, is planning to set up a new regional base in Newcastle with the creation of more than 100 jobs.
EasyJet, the low-cost airline, has decided to set up its new headquarters in Luton, and is seeking a site large enough to include a telephone sales and customer service centre.
EasyJet is looking to expand its French operations by applying for 20,000 annual take-off and landing slots at Paris Orly airport.
EasyJet has agreed to acquire Go for £374m, creating Europe's largest low-cost airline with 63 aircraft, 2,700 staff and 32 European destinations.
EasyJet is in negotiations to acquire Go for about £400m, in order to create Europe's largest low-cost airline.
EasyJet is creating 33 cabin crew jobs in Northern Ireland, and adding new flights from Belfast to Liverpool and Luton.
EasyJet is to planning to expand its operations at Gatwick airport, starting with an increase in the number of destinations served from four to eight.
EasyJet is considering plans to expand its low-cost airline business at new bases in Liverpool, Geneva and Amsterdam, following an increase in its landing charges at Luton airport.
EasyJet is planning a 60% expansion in its Belfast operations, which will involve doubling the daily number of flights on its Belfast to Liverpool service and adding an extra daily flight on its service to Luton.
EasyJet is planning a flotation later this year that could value the company at about £500m, and the proceeds will be used to expand its low-cost airline business and acquire new aircraft.
EasyJet is planning to increase its workforce from 1,200 to 2,500 by 2005, and has ordered 17 new aircraft to enable it to triple its passenger numbers.