EASYJET expects to post £815m-£845m pretax loss for year ended September 30 (vs £427m net profit a year ago) on 50% lower revenues; it has raised >£2.4b in cash since start of COVID-19 pandemic and says 50% of its fleet remains unencumbered.

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