EasyJet reported a widened first-half loss, but the UK LCC said it was better prepared for expected air traffic controller (ATC)-related disruption in European skies over the peak summer period.  EasyJet reported a headline loss before tax of £275 million ($351 million), compared with £18 million in the same period last year, blaming a variety of factors including the Ryanair pilot crisis and UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines’ bankruptcy, which swelled the previous ...

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