EasyJet’s half-year loss shrank more than forecast as Europe’s second-biggest discount airline lured travellers with business-friendly perks and milder winter weather reduced the seasonal disruption to flights.
The pretax loss for the six months ended March 31 was £53 million, compared with £61 million a year, according to a statement today. The Luton, England-based company had said in March that the loss would be between £55 million and £65 million.
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