EasyJet narrowed its net loss for its fiscal year first half ended March 31 to £58.9 million ($87.9 million), a 31.4% improvement over an £85.9 million deficit in the year-ago period, but lowered its profit expectations for the full year ending Sept. 30 owing to volcanic ash-related airspace closures. It now estimates 2009-10 pre-tax profit in the range of £100-£150 million, down from its initial estimate of £175-£200 million. Disruptions caused by the ...

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