For the quarter ending 30 June, easyJet has confirmed that it plans to operate around 140,000 flights, carrying around 22m passengers, with capacity planned to be 550% of the same period in 2021. easyJet reports that demand for travel has returned with April and May passengers seven times the same months last year, but adds that “given the unprecedented ramp up, the aviation industry across Europe is experiencing operational issues with root causes similar to the post-Covid supply chain issues being seen in many other parts of the economy”. Those challenges include air traffic control delays and staff shortages in

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