Full Year Results Analyst and Investor Presentation Tuesday 18 November 2014

Full Year Results
Analyst and Investor
Presentation
Tuesday 18 November 2014
Introduction
Carolyn McCall
Chief Executive Officer
Continued execution of the strategy
Strong revenue performance
RPS1
CPS2
1.9%
2.0%
Resilient operational performance
2013
1.9%
1.0%
0.7%
0.6%
0.0%
FY'14
Overall
satisfaction
H2'14
Profit per seat growth
12.8%
£6
£4
11.2%
8.2%
7.2%
£8.12
20.5%
12%
8%
£4.81
On-time
performance
14%
10%
£7.03
Satisfaction with
punctuality
Top quartile ROCE
6%
17.4%
PBT margin
PBT / seat
£8
2014
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
9.8%
11.3%
6.9%
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£3.97
£2
2%
£0
0%
2011
2012
1.
2.
2013
2014
At constant currency
Cost per seat excluding fuel at constant currency
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
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Financial review
Chris Kennedy
Chief Financial Officer
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Profit before tax increased
Profit per seat bridge
1.20
0.20
Driven by impact of
longer average sector
length
0.37
8.12
FX
FY 2014
1.02
0.10
0.44
0.16
0.04
De-icing
Disruption
7.03
FY 2013
Revenue
Fuel
Costs
easyJet
lean
A320 Mix
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Financial results
£m (reported)
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
Change
Total revenue
4,527
4,258
269
6.3%
Fuel
(1,251)
(1,182)
(69)
(5.8%)
Operating costs excluding fuel
(2,453)
(2,365)
(88)
(3.7%)
823
711
112
15.8%
Ownership costs
(242)
(233)
(9)
(4.2%)
Profit before tax
581
478
103
21.5%
EBITDAR margin
18.2%
16.7%
1.5ppt
Profit before tax margin
12.8%
11.2%
1.6ppt
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
Change
EBITDAR
£ per passenger (constant currency)
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Total revenue per passenger
Total cost per passenger (excluding fuel)
70.40
70.08
0.32
0.5%
(42.40)
(42.75)
0.35
0.8%
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Financial results: 114.5p EPS, 20.5% ROCE
£m
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
Profit before tax
581
478
21.5%
Tax charge
(131)
(80)
(63.8%)
Profit after tax
450
398
13.1%
Effective tax rate
22.5%
16.7%
(5.8ppt)
Earnings per share
114.5p
101.3p
13.0%
Ordinary dividend per share
45.4p
33.5p
35.5%
-
44.1p
20.5%
17.4%
Special dividend per share
Return on capital employed*
3.1ppt
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* Return on capital employed (ROCE) measure includes leases capitalised at 7 times
The ROCE measure with target liquidity included is shown in the appendix
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Fleet expenditure broadly in line with current levels
2005-2012
Additional aircraft
Replacement aircraft
Maintenance
Total
Total expected fleet
acquisition and
overhaul expenditure
as a % of easyJet
revenue
2013-14
2015-2017
2018-2022
49%
52%
66%
26%
42%
28%
9%
45%
9%
20%
25%
30%
100%
100%
100%
100%
18%
9%
11%
10% - 12%
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Fleet acquisition and overhauls will be funded through a combination of easyJet’s
internal resources, cashflow, sale and leaseback transactions and debt
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H2 margins improved due to tight cost control
Reported £m
H2 2014
H2 2013
Change
Total revenue
2,825
2,657
6.3%
Fuel
(714)
(686)
(4.0%)
(1,352)
(1,323)
(2.3%)
EBITDAR
759
648
17.3%
Ownership costs
(125)
(109)
(16.0%)
Profit before tax
634
539
17.5%
22.4%
20.3%
2.1ppt
40.5
38.0
6.3%
H2 2014
H2 2013
Change
71.15
69.82
1.9%
Fuel
(18.01)
(18.04)
0.2%
Operating costs
(34.78)
(34.76)
(0.1%)
17.02
7.9%
Operating costs
PBT margin
Seats (m)
Constant currency £ per seat
Total revenue
EBITDAR
18.36
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Ownership costs
(3.10)
(2.85)
(8.8%)
Profit before tax
15.26
14.17
7.7%
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Continuing revenue per seat growth
£m
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
Passengers (m)
64.8
60.8
6.6%
Load factor (%)
90.6%
89.3%
1.3ppt
Seats (m)
71.5
68.0
5.1%
Average sector length (km)
1,112
1,091
1.9%
Total revenue (£m)
4,527
4,258
6.3%
Total revenue per seat (£)
63.31
62.58
1.2%
At constant currency (£)
63.78
62.58
1.9%
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easyJet strategy delivers further revenue growth
Year on year drivers of revenue per seat change (£/seat)
0.54
0.46
63.31
0.65
• Business passenger
• Allocated seating
62.58
• Disciplined capital allocation
• Revenue Management System
initiatives
• Longer sector length
• Increased load factor
• Digital
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FY 2013
Underlying trading
Initiatives
FX
FY 2014
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Growth in RPS
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
At constant
currency
Gross seat revenue
69.65
68.66
1.4%
2.2%
Passenger taxes
(7.25)
(7.02)
(3.2%)
(4.4)%
Net seat revenue
62.40
61.64
1.2%
2.0%
Non-seat revenue
0.91
0.94
(2.5%)
(1.6%)
Total revenue
63.31
62.58
1.2%
1.9%
£ per seat
RPS growth at constant currency
Continued
strength
easyJet capacity growth
6.8%
5.8%
Easter in Q3 for 2014
5.1%
4.1%
3.0%
2.7%
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1.5%
1.4%
Q1
1.4%
Q2
Q3
Q4
1.9%
FY
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Favourable currency impact
Currency split – total costs
Currency split – total revenue
Sterling
Euro
Euro
26%
33%34%
42%
35%
47% Sterling
1%
1%
3% 8%
35%25%
USD
Other Swiss Franc
FY 2014 currency impact favourable / (adverse)
5% Swiss Franc
Other
EUR
CHF
USD
Other Total
(4)
(3)
(3)
(33)
(1)
-
1
£m
Revenue
Fuel
(23)
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Costs excluding fuel
40
5
5
-
50
Total
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1
1
(3)
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Average effective euro rate for revenue for FY 2014 was €1.21 (FY 2013: €1.19)
Average effective euro rate for costs for FY 2014 was €1.22 (FY 2013: €1.19)
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Progressive weakening of the euro
GBP: euro rates (spot)
1.3
1.28
1.26
FY 2013
Impact of €/£ rate on P &L
£m
H1
Revenue
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Fuel
(1)
Costs excluding fuel
(6)
Total
10
FY 2014
1.24
1.22
1.2
H2
(40)
3
46
9
1.18
1.16
P&L impact shown after
effects of hedging cashflows
1.14
Key booking
period
1.12
Peak
expenditure
1.1
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
•
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2014
•
High level of forward bookings posted at around 1.20, cost incurred at better rate
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Impact of fuel
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change B/(W)
Market rate
973
992
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Effective price
977
980
3
Market rate
1.66
1.55
11 cents
Effective price
1.59
1.58
1 cent
Actual cost of fuel £ per metric tonne
614
619
5
Fuel $ per metric tonne
US dollar rate
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Cost per metric tonne was broadly flat
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Cost per seat excluding fuel - key drivers
Cost per seat
excluding
Favourable/(adverse)
fuel
£
Variance at
constant
currency
£
Variance at
constant
currency
%
Airports and ground
Handling
15.48
0.03
0.2%
Crew
6.70
(0.12)
(1.8%)
Navigation
4.30
(0.11)
(2.4%)
Maintenance
2.97
0.09
2.9%
Overheads
4.70
(0.11)
(2.3%)
Brand licence
0.16
(0.00)
(1.2%)
Drivers
• Lean initiatives savings
• Decrease in de-icing costs following milder
winter weather conditions
• Regulated airport charges
• Cost impact of higher load factor
• Pay increase broadly in line with inflation
• Longer average sector lengths
• Partially offset by lean initiative savings
• Longer average sector lengths
• Inflationary increases
• One-off benefit of new engine deal
• Increase in leased aircraft
• Increase in average fleet age
• Higher employee performance-related pay
• Continued IT and digital platform
development
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Ownership
3.39
(0.02)
(0.5%)
Total CPS excluding fuel
37.70
(0.24)
(0.6%)
• Annualised lease costs
• Offset by ‘other financing’
NB: Foreign exchange gains and losses incurred in the prior year are included in calculating the year-on-year movement in “cost per seat excluding fuel
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Management actions taken to control costs
Cost per seat bridge
External factors
0.15
Management action
0.20
0.54
0.84
Including:
Airports and ground handling – £0.26
Fuel and maintenance initiatives – £0.09
0.33
5 5 .5 5
5 5 .5 3
0.44
0.10
0.11
5 5 .19
Other
FY 2014
0.09
0.19
0.19
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FY 2013 Regulated Inflation
airports
Fuel
De-icing
and
disruption
FX
Before
easyJet
management lean
action
A320 Mix
Engine
deal
Load
factor
Wet
leasing
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Increasing proportion of A320s
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
A319 (operating lease)
54
54
-
A319 (owned / finance lease)
99
99
-
A319 Total
153
153
-
A320 (operating lease)
18
18
-
A320 (owned / finance lease)
55
46
9
A320 Total
73
64
9
Total fleet
226
217
9
Unencumbered
94
82
12
Operating lease
32%
33%
(1ppt)
Percentage of A320s in fleet
32%
29%
3ppt
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Flexibility in fleet planning
Maximum, minimum and base case fleet size under the framework agreement
Contracted Max
Base Case
Contracted Min
316
317
304
304
330
327
311
311
197
200
FY21
FY22
296
281
259
241
226
261
250
226
204
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
FY19
214
FY20
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Flexible fleet arrangements to respond appropriately to market conditions
1. At the end of the relevant financial year
2. Based on fleet plan – base case
3. Maximum fleet does not include purchase rights
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Strong balance sheet
£m
FY 2014
FY 2013
2,542
2,280
Goodwill and other intangible assets
478
467
Other assets
477
428
(1,747)
(1,716)
1,750
1,459
563
679
Cash and money market deposits
(985)
(1,237)
Net cash
(422)
(558)
Shareholders' equity
2,172
2,017
Capital employed
1,750
1,459
17%
7%
Property, plant and equipment
Liabilities (excluding debt)
Debt
Gearing
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*Gearing defined as (debt + 7 x annual lease payments – cash) divided by (shareholders’ equity + debt +7 x annual lease payments – cash)
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Cashflow
£m
Self funding ordinary dividend and capex
69
118
66
133
581
445
175
1,237*
112
76
Sep 2013
Operating Depreciation
Net of lines
Tax, line
net h=8.03
Ordinary
Capital
Borrowings
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profit
and
working
interest
dividend expenditure dividend
amortisation capital
and other
* Includes money market deposits but excludes restricted cash
Other
13
985*
FX
Sep 2014
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Fuel and foreign exchange hedging
Fuel requirement
US dollar
requirement
Euro surplus
Six months ending
31 March 2015
91% at $958 /
metric tonne
91% at $1.60/£
84% at €1.19/£
Full year ending
30 September 2015
80% at $944 /
metric tonne
85% at $1.59/£
77% at €1.18/£
Full year ending
30 September 2016
58% at $921 /
metric tonne
55% at $1.64/£
52% at €1.21/£
Sensitivities
• $10 per tonne change in fuel price will impact the full year pre-tax result by +/- $3.5 million
• One cent movement in the £/$ will impact the full year pre-tax result by +/- £1.3 million
• One cent movement in the £/€ will impact the full year pre-tax result by +/- £1.1 million
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As at 14 November 2014
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Progress against financial policies and metrics
Objectives
Capital
discipline
Progress
• High asset efficiency
• Maintain high level of fleet flexibility
• Fleet size flexibility of
between 204 and 316
aircraft by 2019
• 226 aircraft with 11 hours
asset utilisation
• Ensure robust capital structure
• Retain ability to invest in profitable
growth opportunities
• Gearing: 15% to 30%
• Moving to 80:20 ratio
on owned vs. leased
aircraft
• Gearing: 17%
• 32% leased
• Maintain sufficient liquidity to
manage through industry shocks
• £4 million cash per
aircraft
• £4.4 million cash per
aircraft
• Maintain industry leading returns
• Top quartile ROCE
• ROCE of 20.5%
+
Capital
structure
Metric
+
Liquidity
=
Returns
+
Dividend
policy
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• Target consistent and continuous
payments
• Return excess capital to shareholders
• 40% ordinary dividend
payout ratio
Gearing defined as net debt (adjusted by adding seven times aircraft dry leasing payments for the year)
dividend by the sum of shareholders’ equity and adjusted net debt
• Ordinary dividend
payment increased by
11.9 pence or 35.5% to
45.4 pence per share
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Business review
Carolyn McCall
Chief Executive Officer
Industry-leading business model to drive returns
easyJet will continue
to deliver:
A. Future profitable
growth
B. Industry leading
return on capital
employed and
margins through
revenue and cost
initiatives
C. Cash returns for
shareholders
Growth and returns
Strategic drivers
Leading business model
•
Flexible seat growth
between c.5% and
c.8% per annum
2. Maintain cost
advantage
•
Maintain top quartile
ROCE
3. Drive demand,
conversion and
yields across
Europe
•
Ordinary dividend
increased to 40% of
after tax profits
4. Disciplined use of
capital
•
Surplus cash to be
returned to
shareholders
1.
Build strong #1
and #2 network
positions
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Proven strategy, execution and returns
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Strong position built over time
Growing market share
Sustaining unit cost performance
2011 market share
4.9%
47%
2014 market share
42%
5.0%
52%
49%
4.0%
41%
40%
36%
25%
3.0%
32%
29%
4.5%
3.3%
26%
21%
2.0%
2.4%
1.0%
0.0%
Gatwick
No1
Edinburgh
No1
Nice
No1
Malpensa
No1
Geneva
No1
easyJet
Basel
No1
Ryanair
Norwegian
Vueling*
Sector-length adjusted CASK incl-fuel (CAGR Sep 2011-2014)
easyJet
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Ryanair
Vueling
Financial strength
Norwegian
25%
easyJet
20%
15%
ROCE
Feeling positive about the airline
Strong brand affinity
IAG**
Ryanair
10%
Lufthansa
Group
5%
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0%
-5%
-5%
Source: Millward Brown Brand Tracker. Data
not available for Norwegian in Switzerland,
France, Germany and Italy and Vueling in the
UK and Switzerland
AF-KLM
Norwegian
Air Berlin*
15%
35%
55%
Gearing
75%
95%
*Vueling CASK CAGR is over the period Dec-10 to Dec-13
*Air Berlin as at 30 June 2014
**IAG Balance Sheet at Sep not available, therefore Average capital employed at June used in ROCE
calculation & Gearing position is at 30 June 2014
115%
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Increasing capacity environment
Capacity growth
H2’14 vs. H2’13
Norwegian Other
Capacity growth
H1’15 vs. H1’14
CityJet
Transavia
easyJet
Germanwings
Winter 13/14
Winter 14/15
7.3%
Ryanair
Vueling
BA
5.9%
5.0%
3.7%
2.2%
3.5%
Flybe slots
1.5%
0.6%
0.6%
Capacity on easyJet city pairs
Capacity change total short
haul market
easyJet city to city pairs
Short-haul market
easyJet capacity change
Capacity on easyJet city pairs
easyJet city to city pairs
Source: Market share data from OAG scheduled data, as at 30 October 2014, easyJet markets based on internal easyJet definition.
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Disciplined investment over Winter
Overall c.
3.5% capacity growth over Winter (before disruption)
easyJet
Market growth
United Kingdom
+2.7%
easyJet growth in the market
Netherlands +13.3 %
5.5%
2.7%
France
+4.1 %
10.3%
13.3%
Germany +15.1 %
15.1%
4.1%
2.9%
Spain -2.2 %
5.8%
-2.2%
Portugal
+0.0%
5.9%
Switzerland +6.0%
4.0%
6.0%
Italy +5.2 %
13.9%
5.4%
5.2%
0.0%
Source : OAG, scheduled data and Internal easyJet projection November 2014. Country capacity growth is based on network touching seats.
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Continuing to execute in 2015
#1 and #2 network
positions
Opening Amsterdam
and Porto in 2015
31 new routes
launched this year1
Opportunity to deepen
existing traffic flows in
core markets and
develop new routes
Maintain cost
advantage
easyJet lean pipeline of
initiatives to deliver £30
million to £40 million
savings per year
Fleet up-gauging with
20 A320s to be
delivered in the year
Engineering &
Maintenance re-tender
Airport deals – structure
of contracts
Continuing to drive
Innovation
Drive demand,
conversion and yields
New brand campaign
Personalisation and
data mining
Product
enhancements
• Passport scanning
app
Disciplined use of
capital
Ordinary dividend
payout ratio from one
third to 40% of profit
after tax
Industry leading
margins will deliver
strong future cash
flows
Continue to develop
• Business
passenger
opportunity
• Dynamic packaging
• Loyalty
Culture & people
Continued investment in
talent development
Principles of easyJet lean and return
on capital embedded throughout the
organisation
1. 2015 routes launched as at 18 November 2014
Continued investment in our
systems and digital platform
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Opportunities across the network
This slide contains a selection of new routes
1.
Network
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1.
Network
Strong position in London
Uniquely positioned
Compelling network
Number of routes
120
108
100
80
60
48
40
25
12
20
0
Gatwick
Luton
Stansted
Southend
“Serious consideration” by consumers
London
70%
66%
65%
Catchment size
(millions)
Market share
Gatwick
12
49%
Luton
11
44%
Stansted
10
15%
Southend
7
88%
Heathrow
14
N/A
63%
60%
55%
50%
2013
2014
Source: Millward Brown. Brand scores for ‘Serious consideration’
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1.
Network
Successful execution in Italy
Focus on higher yielding airports
Opportunity
1. Build on strong market share in
major catchment areas
MXP
2. Focus on business passengers
and those with higher
disposable incomes
BGY
VRN
VCE
TRS
LIN
BLQ
TRN
GOA
3. Keep on building the brand and
differentiating the product
FLR
AOI
PSA
PSR
FCO
“Serious consideration” by consumers
BRI
CIA
BDS
OLB
2013
70%
NAP
AHO
2014
67%
SUF
65%
60%
63%
CAG
CRV
PMO
60%
REG
TPS
55%
55%
CTA
50%
Milan
Rome
Source: Millward Brown. Brand scores for ‘Serious consideration’
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2.
Cost
Advantage
Maintaining the cost advantage
Capacity deployed on easyJet network(1)
easyJet lean
easyJet
Legacy carrier
Low cost carrier
Charter
CASK ex fuel, Airport; ground handling, navigation and en-route charges( p)
6.0
Covers the
total cost
base
Governance
and
milestones
Long and
short term
savings
Embedded
throughout
easyJet
culture
4.0
5.60
4.60
2.0
0.0
3.11 2.94
0
250
2.14 1.98
1.65
0.99
Seats
500 (m)
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easyJet lean will deliver £30 million - £40 million in sustainable savings
per annum over the next 5 years
(1)
(2)
(3)
OAG full year 2014 – easyJet airport pairs capacity
IAG CASK includes Vueling, capacity excludes Vueling
CASK data for LTM to 31 December 2013
CASK graph:
- Source: Airline Analyst
- Data based on 12 month period ending 31 March 2014
- CASK converted using opening period fx rates
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2.
Cost
Advantage
Pipeline of initiatives
easyJet lean initiatives will continue to deliver
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
Engineering & Maintenance
Airport deals
Engine selection
Up-gauging
Benchmarking
process
Engineering &
Maintenance
Fleet up-gauging
and fuel savings
Savings across
the cost base
• Costs benchmarked
• Airport deals
against key
competitors
• Ground Handling deals
• Revealed a further
pipeline of saving
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Continuing to drive demand & conversion
3.
Demand
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Continuing to drive demand & conversion
3.
Demand
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3.
Demand
Loyalty
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4.
Capital
Discipline
Capital allocation continues to drive returns
Improved returns year on year
CPBH FY13
£769 million
returned to shareholders
Returns
CPBH FY14
Special dividend (m)
Ordinary dividend (m)
£175m
Routes
Top quartile ROCE
£150m
20.5%
17.4%
9.8%
£46m
2010
2011
£85m
2012
£133m
2013
£180m
2014
11.3%
6.9%
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2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
ROCE for route performance and improved returns analysis defined as normalised profit after tax divided by average net debt plus
average shareholders’ equity
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FY’15
Outlook
H1 forward bookings
H1 bookings slightly ahead of prior year
% seats sold *
89.1%
90.9%
Winter 13/14
Winter 14/15
48.6% 49.2%
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Nov
Dec
H1 (October 2014 to March 20114) as at 12 November 2014
Jan
Feb
Mar
H1
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Outlook
FY’15
Outlook
Capacity (seats flown)
•
H1 c.+3.5% (before disruption)
•
FY c.+5% (before disruption)
Revenue per seat (constant currency)
•
H1: flat to very slightly up on the prior year
Cost per seat ex fuel (constant currency)
•
H1 c.+2.5% (assuming normal disruption levels and constant load factors)
•
FY c.+2% (assuming normal disruption levels and constant load factors)
FX
•
H1: c.£5 million favourable movement from foreign exchange rates
•
FY: c.£20 million adverse movement from foreign exchange rates
Fuel
•
H1: unit fuel costs £12 million to £22 million favourable
•
FY: unit fuel costs £22 million to £70 million favourable
easyJet is successfully
executing
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of with
offering
its not
customers
low fares to great
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destinations with friendly service so that it will continue to win in a more competitive
market. This means easyJet is well placed to continue to deliver sustainable returns and
growth for shareholders.
Rates at 15 November 2014 £/USD: 1.5633; £/EUR: 1.2540
Unit fuel guidance based on Jet fuel trading range of $800 / metric tonne to $1,000 / metric tonne
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Industry-leading business model to drive returns
easyJet will continue
to deliver:
A. Future profitable
growth
B. Industry leading
return on capital
employed and
margins through
revenue and cost
initiatives
C. Cash returns for
shareholders
Growth and returns
Strategic drivers
Leading business model
•
Flexible seat growth
between c.5% and
c.8% per annum
2. Maintain cost
advantage
•
Maintain top quartile
ROCE
3. Drive demand,
conversion and
yields across
Europe
•
Ordinary dividend
increased to 40% of
after tax profits
4. Disciplined use of
capital
•
Surplus cash to be
returned to
shareholders
1.
Build strong #1
and #2 network
positions
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H2 margins improved due to tight cost control
Reported £ per seat
H2 2014
H2 2013
Change
Total revenue
69.85
69.82
-
Fuel
(17.64)
(18.04)
2.2%
Operating costs
(33.44)
(34.76)
3.8%
EBITDAR
18.77
17.02
10.3%
Ownership costs
(3.11)
(2.85)
(9.1%)
Pre-tax profit
15.66
14.17
10.5%
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ROCE Calculation – including 7x lease adjustment
Reported £m
FY 2014
FY 2013
Earnings before interest and tax – reported
581
497
Interest element of operating lease payments
41
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Earnings before interest and tax – adjusted
622
531
Tax
21%
23%
Normalised operating profit after tax (NOPAT)
492
409
Average shareholders’ equity – reported
2,095
1,906
Average net cash – reported
(490)
(242)
Average capitalised leases
791
690
Average capital employed
2,396
2,354
Return on capital employed – 7x basis
20.5%
17.4%
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ROCE Calculation – NPV and target liquidity
Proforma £m
FY 2014
FY 2013
Earnings before interest and tax – reported
581
497
Interest element of operating lease payments
25
31
Earnings before interest and tax – adjusted
606
528
Tax
21%
23%
Normalised operating profit after tax (NOPAT)
479
407
2,095
1,906
(25)
(27)
Average shareholder’s equity – adjusted
2,070
1,879
Average net cash – reported
(490)
(242)
Increase in debt associated with capitalising leases
392
356
Target liquidity adjustment
886
862
Average net debt – adjusted
788
976
Average capital employed
2,858
2,855
Return on capital employed – NPV basis
16.8%
14.3%
Average shareholders’ equity – reported
Adjustment to shareholders’ equity
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RASK and CASK
FY 2014
FY 2013
Change
Total revenue per seat (£)
63.31
62.58
1.2%
At constant currency (£)
63.78
62.58
1.9%
RASK at constant currency (pence)
5.73
5.74
-
Total cost per seat excluding fuel (£)
37.70
38.17
1.2%
At constant currency (£)
38.41
38.17
(0.6%)
CASK excluding fuel at constant currency (pence)
3.45
3.51
1.3%
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Aircraft cashflows including overhauls
FY 2015
FY 2014
20
9
Cashflows (USD) $m
FY 2015
FY 2014
Final delivery payments
555
246
Pre delivery payments
110
290
Heavy maintenance - owned fleet
122
38
Total
787
574
Heavy maintenance - leased fleet
114
121
Total cash flows
901
695
£564m
£419m
Aircraft
Number of aircraft deliveries
Total cash flows (GBP)
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