Narrowing First-Half Loss, easyJet Shifts A320 Mix

BRUSSELS —Despite its hints to the contrary, British low-cost carrier easyJet will not say whether it is interested in installing an additional eight seats or possibly even an additional two rows of seats on its future Airbus 320s. “Our conversations with Airbus are confidential,” stresses Chief...

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