PARIS—EasyJet said it obtained the Austrian air operator’s license (AOC) it was seeking to protect its European flying rights after Brexit. The airline forecast that its full-year profit before taxes would be higher than previously expected, following strong growth in the third quarter. The UK-based LCC carried 22.3 million passengers in the quarter ending June 30. This figure rose 10.8%, driven by a 9.5% capacity increase to 24 million seats. Load factor increased by 1.1 ...

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