UK leisure carrier Jet2 recorded a pre-tax profit of £29.3 million ($45 million) for the year ended March 31, compared to £21.7 million for the previous period. Revenue rose more than 20% to £556.2m (2012: £461.3m). This reflected a 13% increase in scheduled passengers to 4.84 million (2012: 4.27 million) and a 16% increase in ticket yield to £59.67 (2012: £51.47). Non-ticket revenue grew to £30.96 (2012: £27.86). Load factor rose from 87% ...

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