UK low-cost carrier (LCC) EasyJet’s FY 2016 1Q revenue of £929.5 million ($1.38 billion), a 0.1% year-over-year drop, reflected lower demand after terrorist attacks in Egypt and France. In its trading statement for the December 2015 quarter, easyJet said its “strong revenue per seat performance in October was offset by the impact of the tragic events in Egypt and Paris, resulting in lower demand and yield in November and December.” For the full quarter, ...

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