EasyJet said it expects operating margins for the fiscal first half ending March 31 to be broadly in line with last year's in spite of high and volatile fuel prices and revenue per passenger to be higher than in the year-ago period. "Trading conditions have remained stable in the first half, with total revenue per passenger expected to increase by between 1% and 2% over the same period last year helped by Easter falling into the period," CEO Ray Webster said in a statement on trading prior ...

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