EasyJet on Thursday raised its earnings guidance for its fiscal year ending Sept. 30 and said it now expects to post a profit before tax of between £240 million ($376 million) and £250 million, citing a “robust” commercial performance across its network and cost-control measures. It had previously forecast a full-year, pre-tax profit of between £200 million and £230 million. The British low-cost airline also announced it would return around £190 ...

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