LONDON—EasyJet took a £15 million ($19.4 million) hit as a result of the December 2018 drone-related flight disruptions at its London Gatwick Airport base, but the UK LCC’s pre-tax profit guidance for the year ending Sept. 30, 2019 remains unchanged. In a trading statement issued Jan. 22, easyJet said the Gatwick closures in December resulted in a £5 million revenue impact and an additional £10 million in “customer welfare costs.” The airline had to ...


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