easyJet has reported a headline loss before tax of £545 million, compared to a half year loss of £701 million in 2021. Total revenue increased by 524% to £1,498 million, compared to £240 million a year ago, predominantly due to the increase in capacity flown and ancillary products continuing to deliver incremental revenue. easyJet Group’s headline costs increased by 117% to £2,043 million, compared to £941 million last year, primarily due to the increase in flown capacity. The reported loss before tax was £557 million, compared to a loss of £645 million in half year 2021, with a non-headline loss of £12 million, which consist of losses from the

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