EasyJet, Europe's second-largest LCC, reported a second-half profit of £64.9 million ($111.5 million), a 6.7% rise from the £60.8 million recorded in the year-ago semester and an increase over forecasted numbers (ATWOnline, Aug. 8). End of fiscal year numbers released by the carrier yesterday showed a 12-month retained profit of £42.6 million, about level with the £41.1 million in net earnings recorded for the year ended Sept. 30, 2004. Pre-tax profit rose 9.1% to ...

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