PARIS—EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall plans to leave the airline around the end of the year to take up the same role at UK television company ITV, after a seven-year stint in which she presided over the LCC’s rapid expansion across Europe. The announcement came just days after EasyJet said it was setting up a new airline, EasyJet Europe, to be based in Vienna. The company said it expects to obtain its new Austrian air operator’s certificate (AOC) soon, which would enable it to ...


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