easyJet’s third quarter profit improved by £317 million, year on year, as demand for its network and services continues to be strong. The airline recorded a profit before tax of £203 million. During Q3 easyJet flew 26.2 million seats, a 5% increase on the same period last year when easyJet flew 24.9 million seats. Load factor was 90% (Q3 FY22: 88%) with load factor increasing to 91% in June. Johan Lundgren, chief executive of easyJet, said: “Our Q3 performance has been underpinned by strong passenger demand for easyJet’s network and services. We continue to provide great value to customers with
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