UK LCC easyJet has reported a strong first quarter, with revenue growing 14.4% to £1.14 billion ($1.59 billion), boosted in part by failures and struggles among its European competitors. During the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2017, easyJet carried 18.8 million passengers, up 8% on the comparable period. This outstripped 5.5% capacity growth, pushing load factors up 2.1 points to 92.1%. Revenue per seat at constant currency was up 6.6%, hitting the top end of easyJet’s guidance, ...

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