UK-based easyJet slipped back to a net loss of £20 million ($29 million) for the half-year ended March 31, compared to a profit of £5 million a year ago. It made the loss on revenue of £1.77 billion, marginally up on last time’s figure of £1.76 billion. The London Luton-based low-cost carrier (LCC) pointed to a £33 million headwind from unfavorable currency exchange fluctuations as a major reason for the loss. Passenger numbers grew to 31 million ...

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