Marjan has joined Easy Jet as Head of Optimisation in September 2018. Marjan is is an engaging, personable aviation manager with focus on commercial planning and strategy area.
He has started his career during his studies with a promising Irish Airline called Ryanair and has since worked in the commercial and strategies areas of Low Cost Airlines and Airports. His focus is on enabling effective cooperation between stakeholders to create sustainable revenue opportunities and cost savings. He is a fan of innovative data utilisation to create commercial insights and competitive advantages.
We are a low-cost European point-to-point airline.
We use our cost advantage and number one and number two network positions in strong markets to deliver low fares and operational efficiency on point-to-point routes, with our people making the difference by offering friendly service for our customers.
Our sustainable business model makes travel easy and affordable and drives growth and returns for shareholders. The success of our business depends on a number of key resources:
easyJet has a strong capital base, with market capitalisation of c.£4 billion and a net cash position of £213 million at 30 September 2016. easyJet’s credit ratings are amongst the strongest in the world for an airline.
easyJet operates a modern Airbus fleet, using the A320 family of aircraft, and is up-gauging its fleet to 186 seat cabins and the new fuel efficient A320neo aircraft. This provides customer, operating and maintenance benefits to the Group.
easyJet has a dedicated workforce of over 10,000 people, including 2,865 pilots and 6,516 cabin crew members as at 30 September 2016.
easyJet leverages its customer relationship management capabilities, driving revenue by increasing customer loyalty and implementing its wider digital strategy. Our increasingly sophisticated use of data will enable us to continue to make travel easy and affordable in the longer term.
easyJet interacts with a number of stakeholders in its operations, such as customers, suppliers, (including infrastructure owners and operators e.g. airports, air traffic control), regulators and national governments.