UK low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet recorded a slightly reduced loss for the first half of its financial year compared to the same period a year ago, buoyed by increasing numbers of business travelers. The company made an after-tax loss of £41 million ($69 million) compared to a £47 million loss last time. The first half of easyJet’s financial year, which runs from October to the end of March, is traditionally the weaker half of the year. The carrier reported revenue of ...

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