EasyJet Swings To First-Half Profit, Steps Up Fleet Upgauging

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British LCC EasyJet will increase the seat density of its Airbus A320s from 180 to 186 seats as part of its fleet up-gauging strategy and keep its cost advantage, executives said. All A320s delivered to the airline starting in May 2016 will be configured with 186 seats. The retrofit program of its...

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