EasyJet more than trebled its net loss for the six months ended March 31 to £43.3 million ($85.4 million) from £12.7 million in the year-ago period owing largely to higher fuel costs and the integration of GB Airways. GB's trading loss in the first half was £7 million and the underlying easyJet loss was £41.4 million compared to a loss of £17.1 million in the previous fiscal semester. Total revenue rose 24% to £892.2 million. Headline passenger revenue grew 17% ...

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