For the year ending September 2017, easyJet has reported an 8.1% increase in revenue to £5,047 million, with revenue per seat broadly flat year on year (-0.4%) at £58.23, however profit before tax fell by 17.3% to £408 million due to an adverse headline currency impact of £101 million. Basic earnings per share dropped by 23.9% to 82.5 pence. Reported profit before tax of £385 million, after non-headline costs of £23 million mainly relating to sale and leaseback charges. During the year, easyJet’s passenger numbers rose by 9.7% to 80.2 million, with record load factor at 92.6% (2016: 91.6%). The

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