EASYJET has been accused of squeezing customers for its food and drinks on board.
The low-cost airline has increased prices by up to 25 percent.
The increases come despite easyJet boss Johan Lundgren saying last month he expected a pre-tax profit for the year to beat analysts’ forecasts of £260m.
Our researchers found the biggest increase in packs of Original Pringles and sour cream and onions – from £2 last summer to £2.50.
A KitKat and Cadbury Twirl bar are up from £2 to £2.20 and sandwiches, bacon rolls and pizzas are up from £4.50 to £4.95.
Similar increases were seen in soft drinks, beers and spirits.
Martyn James of our squeeze team warned, “If companies try to squeeze passengers, they will switch to other airlines.”
EasyJet blamed increased supplier prices and “the impact of an inflationary environment on logistics costs”.