EasyJet yesterday released abbreviated operating results for its third fiscal quarter ended June 30 and said it expects full-year unit revenue and unit costs to be "slightly higher" than originally forecast as capacity now is expected to rise approximately 13% over the previous fiscal year. Pre-tax profit still is expected to grow 40%-50% over the £59 million ($112.5 million) earned for the year ended Sept. 30, 2005 (ATWOnline, July 10). The carrier posted revenues of £460.2 ...

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