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EasyJet to raise dividend ratio
18 Sep 2014 08:08
Budget airline EasyJet signalled confidence in future growth by lifting its dividend payout ratio to 40% and adding 27 new planes to its fleet through exercising rights held with Airbus.
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The company is Europe's second largest low-cost airline behind Ryanair.
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It said its dividend would now represent 40% of pretax profit, compared to the one third ratio it previously paid out to investors.
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EasyJet also said it had reached agreement with Airbus to exercise existing purchase rights over 27 current generation A320 aircraft for delivery between 2015 and 2018. Those rights follow a deal signed by the company in 2002.
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