easyJet is banking on airline failures as bleak Winter looms

easyJet is one of a handful of well positioned European carriers that is set to increase its market share this Winter as its rivals reduce capacity or exit the market. The massive spike in the price of oil on 22-Sep-08 back above USD120 per barrel could accelerate the process of change in Europe. easyJet CEO, Andy Harrison, stated recently, "I'm pretty certain easyJet will win market share from airlines that cut back or disappear, while as economic pressures (on passengers) increase, we should win market share from the legacy airlines".

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