With immediate effect, easyJet officially becomes a member of the Board of Airline Representatives in Germany (BARIG). The international airline association based in Frankfurt represents the interests of around 100 national and international airlines. The European airline will actively get involved in the BARIG work and contribute to strategic optimisation measures revolving around air traffic infrastructure and the focus on costs and charges. BARIG Chairman and Secretary General Michael Hoppe: “With easyJet we welcome a further major and expanding European carrier as a new member in our association. The airline industry currently faces a drastically changing market environment and an

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