FAQs

When is your year end?

Our year end is 30 September.

Where are your shares traded?

easyJet shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker EZJ.

How can I check your share price progression?

Simply access the Share price information page or call the Financial Times City Line telephone number on 0906 8431116 (calls are charged at 60p per minute). Our share price can also be found in most newspapers and on Ceefax and Teletext.

When is your next results announcement?

Please refer to Financial calendar.

How do I get a copy of the annual and half-yearly reports?

By downloading the reports from the Reports and accounts page. If you are a shareholder you can sign up to receive electronic reports at www.shareview.co.uk.

When is the annual general meeting?

The 2009 AGM was held on February 5 and details of the meeting can be found on the AGM page. The company calendar can be found on the Financial calendar page.

Who are your Registrar?

Equiniti Limited is our Registrar and can be contacted via the Shareholder Helpline on 0871 384 257 (Calls to this number are charged at 8p per minute from a BT landline. Other telephony provider costs may vary). For more information, access the Registrar details page.

What does the Registrar do?

The Registrar keeps a register of names and addresses of shareholders and the number of shares held. The Registrar also issues share certificates. You should inform the Registrar of any change of address. Access the Registrar forms page to find out more information.

Equiniti also provide a service called Shareview, where shareholders can manage their portfolios online.

How do I buy and sell shares?

You may use a stockbroker, bank or 'share shop' that offer services to buy and sell shares. Commission charges may vary between organisations. When considering buying shares (easyJet plc or any other stock), it is always wise to seek independent financial advice.

Can I transfer my shares into an ISA?

We do not offer this service at this time. Please contact your financial adviser for details.

How do I transfer shares into another person's name?

Shares may be transferred to another person by using a stock transfer form. Stock transfer forms are available from the Registrar forms page or by contacting our registrar Equiniti.

What should I do if I lose my share certificate?

If your certificates are lost or stolen the Registrar can arrange for a duplicate certificate to be issued. Contact the Registrar on 0871 384 257*.

The Registrar will need to arrange for you to complete an indemnity covering the company for any loss arising from a dispute as over who owns the shares. There may be a charge payable.

*Calls to this number are charged at 8p per minute from a BT landline. Other telephony provider costs may vary.

How can I confirm how many shares I hold?

Please contact the Registrar via the Shareholder Helpline on 0871 384 257*. You can also check your shareholding online at www.shareview.co.uk.

*Calls to this number are charged at 8p per minute from a BT landline. Other telephony provider costs may vary.

I have changed my address or name – what do I need to do?

Access the Download forms page to find out more information. Alternatively, you should write to the Registrar at Equiniti Limited, Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex, BN99 6DA informing them of your change of address.

Correspondence should refer to easyJet PLC and state clearly the registered name of the holding. If you need further help, please contact the Registrar via the Shareholder Helpline on 0871 384 257.

I have questions about tax on my shares – who should I direct them to?

Your financial adviser (stockbroker or accountant).

Do you provide any shareholder incentives?

We do not provide any discount on our services as we believe that shareholders should benefit from the business through increased profits.

I only have a few shares. What can I do with them?

The charity ShareGift (registered charity No. 1052686) can accept share donations of any size, and specialises in accepting small donations of shares that are uneconomic to sell on their own. For more information please refer to their website.