easyJet has increased its annual profit forecast for the 12 months to September 30 of £470m-480m compared with previous guidance of £450m-480m, after it expects fourth quarter revenue growth of around 6%. Revenue per seat at constant currency for the three months to 30 September 2013 is expected to grow by around 6% driven by strong demand in July and August. Despite the political unrest in Egypt and the £25 million adverse impact in the second half of the year from the movement of Easter which fell on 31 March 2013, a week earlier than in 2012, easyJet stated that
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