EASYJET has £318.3m pretax loss for third quarter ended June 30 vs £346.8m loss a year ago; it expects in fourth quarter to fly up to 60% of 2019 levels. Its fleet size has been reduced by 10% in response to pandemic and plans in 2022 to grow to 317 aircraft with deliveries of A320neo Family...

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