EasyJet Sees Revenue Growth Cushioning Impact Of Fuel Increases

EasyJet hopes revenue growth per seat of 7.7% year-on-year will help compensate for a £100 million ($157 million) spike in fuel costs and enable the low-fare airline to contain first-half losses at £140-160 million ($220-250 million), roughly on par with last year. In releasing first-quarter results...

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