EasyJet raised its earnings forecast for the fiscal year to Sept. 30 and now expects that full-year pre-tax profit "will be broadly in line with last year," when it earned £62 million. CEO Ray Webster, who is retiring from the airline this fall, attributed the more bullish outlook to "the improving revenue position and our continued focus on cost." The carrier made the announcement as it reported that total revenue for the fiscal third quarter ended June 30 soared 19.5% to £342.9 ...

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