easyJet has delivered better-than-expected  H1 2021 results and states that it has maintained significant liquidity while also delivering Q2 cash burn better than guidance. easyJet expects a first half headline loss before tax in the range of £690 to £730 million, which is slightly better than expectations thanks to its major restructuring and cost reduction programme. The low-cost airline said that it was encouraged by the strong vaccination rollout in the UK and expects the European rollout to “pick up pace in the coming weeks”. easyJet says that its capacity forecasting has been “accurate and disciplined throughout the pandemic, which has

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