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EasyJet presses on with Brexit plan as profits fall

Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 05:50

For the financial year that ended on Sept 30, easyJet reported a 28 per cent drop in annual pre-tax profit to £495 million, the first decline since 2009 but at the upper end of its own forecast.


BRITISH airline easyJet said on Tuesday it will apply for a new licence to continue flying within the European Union if Britain leaves the bloc as sterling's slide and fears of militant attacks hit profits.

Europe's second biggest no-frills airline behind Ryanair is among

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