EasyJet narrows first-half loss on Covid recovery

British budget airline EasyJet revealed Thursday that first-half net losses improved after Covid travel curbs were lifted across Europe. The carrier, which is based in Luton north of London, follows Irish no-frills rival Ryanair in cutting losses as the aviation sector recovers from pandemic lockdowns. Losses after taxation narrowed to £431...

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