EasyJet (EZJ) - All you need to know

Read our comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to EasyJet shares. Learn everything you need to know to start investing today.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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Ways to invest in EasyJet

The most common method is to buy shares in a company with an online broker. All you have to do is pick one, sign up, and deposit some money before you’re good to go. When you get EasyJet stock through a broker you can hold onto it for as long as you like.

That’s just one way to invest, however. There are lots more that you should learn about so that you can pick which one suits your needs best. There are managed trusts and funds that you can use to hand over the responsibility of picking stocks to a professional. Or you can make all your investments from within your own ISA, protecting the money from tax. The links below direct you to individual pages which talk about some of these methods in more detail.

What is EasyJet?

EasyJet is a discount airline operator serving numerous destinations across Europe. Based in England, EasyJet is the second-largest low-fare airline on the continent, behind Ryanair. It offers short-haul flights on more than a thousand different routes across 30 countries.

As you begin your investing journey, it’s a good idea to learn your way around the stock market first. Our Stock Markets 101 course gives you all the basics, from how it all works to what makes share prices move, and how to get some stocks of your own.

How to invest in EasyJet

You can invest in EasyJet stock in lots of different ways. The list below includes all the different methods and you can follow the links to learn about each one in more detail. You can use this list to help you pick an investment strategy that works for you.

Where can I buy EasyJet shares now?

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