EasyJet has been testing a customer-loyalty system across the U.K., France, and Switzerland, and the airline continued its focus on attracting business passengers, but it is adamant it still is real low-cost carrier (LCC). “We are not becoming a legacy airline,” EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall stressed during the full-year results webcast with analysts on Tuesday. Passengers still can have a no-frills service with EasyJet as they did 10 years, she said. “They don’t have to ...

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