Despite an increase in revenue, passenger numbers and capacity, as well as a slight improvement in load factor for the first quarter of the financial year ended Dec. 30, 2013, easyJet said it still expects to record a first-half loss. Revenue for the first quarter was up 7.7% to £897 million ($1.48 billion) from £833 million during the same period in the previous year, with £883 million of that attributable to seat revenue. Passenger numbers in the first quarter were up ...

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