easyJet is a low cost airline based at London Luton Airport. It is the largest low-fare airline in Europe, operating domestic and international scheduled services on more than 280 routes between 72 key European cities.
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Borrowing their business model from American air carrier Southwest, easyJet and its Republic of Ireland-based rival Ryanair are by far the largest low cost airlines in Europe, and the rivalry between them is intense (especially on Ryanair's side from its high profile chief executive Michael O'Leary). The two companies have slightly different strategies. easyJet flies mainly to leading airports while Ryanair uses far more secondary airports to reduce costs. easyJet places more focus on attracting business travellers as well as leisure travellers, although all its aircraft have single-class cabins
The easyJet fleet consists of the following aircraft
Airbus A319-100 103* 156 (88 on order) Boeing 737-700 30 149