EasyJet reported net income of £71.2 million ($119.2 million) for its fiscal year ended Sept. 30, down 14.4% from £83.2 million for the prior fiscal year, a performance that CEO Andy Harrison called "extremely resilient" given that the year encompassed "12 recessionary months." In a statement, the carrier added, "We have strengthened the fundamentals of the business with improvements in network quality, lower cost deals with key suppliers and enhancements to easyJet.com, giving ...

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