easyJet is expecting to deliver a £675-700 million ($1.03-1.07 billion) pre-tax profit for 2015. The UK low-cost carrier was previously expecting a pre-tax profit of £620-660 million. easyJet has seen stronger than expected unit revenue performance for August and in its outlook for September, supported by the success of its ongoing digital and revenue initiatives, capacity growth across easyJet’s short-haul network of around 6% and with particular strength on UK beach routes. easyJet’s load factor for August 2015 was 94.4%, a new record for the airline for any month. Passenger numbers for the month were 7.06 million, which is also
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