EasyJet remains confident that building a market-leading position at London’s Gatwick airport provides a platform to deliver growth and sustainable return, but the low-cost carrier’s strong capacity hike at the airport has weighed on its performance for the fiscal quarter that ended June 30. Revenue per seat grew by 1.7% year-over-year to £62.47 ($84.1) per seat "despite a less benign capacity environment and a significant increase in easyJet capacity at Gatwick," ...

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