LONDON—EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren is not actively looking at any other acquisitions after withdrawing from the Alitalia sale process. The easyJet CEO also ruled out a shift to a group structure, like rival LCC Ryanair, or branching out into long-haul low-cost operations. On Mar. 18, easyJet announced that it had withdrawn from the running to invest in Alitalia, after previously weighing a joint investment with U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines and Italian railway company Ferrovie dello ...

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