EasyJet achieved a full-year average load factor of 90.6% for the year ended Sept. 30, but it plans to increase this still further in 2014-15 by driving up passenger numbers on off-peak flights. Over the 12-month period, easyJet sold 90.6% of its seats, up 1.3 points from the 89.3% load factor it recorded in 2012-13. When asked whether the airline has now hit a ceiling on load factor growth, easyJet CFO Chris Kennedy replied: “We will probably continue to see several small increases in ...

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