BRUSSELS—EasyJet has renegotiated further fleet flexibility with its suppliers, and now has a shorter window within which to make decisions about deferrals of aircraft deliveries, CEO Carolyn McCall said. The London Luton Airport-based LCC also expects to conclude a sale and leaseback arrangement for 10 Airbus A319s soon to give it greater flexibility to decrease capacity deployed aircraft, in case the challenging market conditions persist. “We had already a really great ...

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