Increased revenues, including double-digit growth in ancillary revenue, and strong performance at its newer bases in Berlin, Dortmund and Basel left easyJet on course "to achieve mid to high single-digit percentage profit growth" in the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 despite rising fuel prices, Chairman Colin Chandler said yesterday. The carrier released a few statistics from its first fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31. It said total revenue climbed 14% over the year-ago period to £318.8 ...

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