UK-based LCC easyJet reported what it described as “one of its best winters ever” as it substantially cut its losses in what is traditionally the weaker half of its financial year. The first half of the year was marked by the initial months of operations from Berlin’s Tegel airport; easyJet picked up the Tegel operations of the bankrupt airberlin and plans to make it a base for a substantial expansion in Germany, especially for German domestic services. Operations from ...

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