EasyJet A319. Courtesy, U2 EasyJet (U2) has reduced pre-tax losses for the half year ended March 31 by £41 million ($66 million) to £112 million, despite an £87 million increase in unit fuel costs. This represents an improvement of 26.8% from the £153 million recorded for the same period last year. The airline said that careful allocation of capacity, revenue initiatives and tight control of costs, combined with exceptionally low levels of weather-related ...

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