U.K. Should Add More Countries to Green List, EasyJet Says

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    May.17 — EasyJet Plc CEO Johan Lundgren says the U.K. government should study data and add more countries to the so-called “green list” of safer travel destinations. He also says the low-cost carrier is confident about a “strong summer” based on a “huge pent up demand” for travel, whether for leisure or to visit family. Lundgren talks with Bloomberg Television’s Emma Chandra at Gatwick Airport, just outside London.

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