UK low-cost carrier (LCC) EasyJet returned what it described as “a solid first quarter” in its financial year, but warned the trading outlook would remain difficult. The London Luton Airport-based airline said revenue was up 7.2% at £997 million ($1 billion). It did not give profit figures for the period, but said per-seat revenue decreased 1.2% on a reported basis to £51.64. However, revenue-per-seat trends improved slightly more than previous guidance, despite ...

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