PARIS–UK budget carrier easyJet said summer 2019 bookings were slightly ahead of the prior year despite ongoing uncertainty over the effect Brexit will have on air transport. The carrier reported a rise in profit for fiscal 2018 ended Sept. 30 and said forward bookings for the first half of 2019 were “solid” at 50%. EasyJet said Nov. 20 that its headline profit before tax for the full year rose 41% to £578 million ($742 million) or to £690 million excluding ...

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