EasyJet has reported a headline loss before tax of £178 million for the financial year to September after fourth quarter earnings (EBIDTAR) hit a “record” £674 million. The annual numbers were “significantly improved” on the previous 12 months’ loss of around £1.1 billion, the carrier announced, and reflected the removal across Europe of most coronavirus-related travel restrictions during the first half of 2022 ahead of strong demand for travel over the summer. Passenger numbers topped 67 million, easyJet reported, up more than three-fold in 2021. EasyJet expects strong Christmas holiday demand, with the first quarter of 2023 to show at

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