easyJet unveils winter losses

Senior executives say they've managed to cut costs, boost margins and increase capacity.
Senior executives say they've managed to cut costs, boost margins and increase capacity

Luton based airline easyJet has posted smaller-than-expected winter losses as the carrier benefited from flying a record number of business passengers.

The airline reported a total of 27.6 million passengers in the six months to the end of March, a rise of 4%.

Revenues lifted 6.3% to £1.7 billion
Revenues lifted 6.3% to £1.7 billion Credit: ITV News Anglia

The business, which has courted more lucrative business customers through seat allocation and priority boarding, said it flew a record 12 million business passengers in the year to March.

Senior executives say they've managed to cut costs, boost margins and increase capacity.

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