Low cost boom continues

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British low cost airline easyJet has reported a 16.5% rise in September passenger numbers and said high fuel prices had not changed its earnings forecast. EasyJet said it carried 2.7m passengers last month, up from

2.3m in the same month last year.
The airline said its load factor was an impressive 86.4%.
Separately, British regional airline Flybe reported a 25% rise in September passengers to 485,924 and Ryanair said its September passenger numbers rose by 27%. British Airways also reported a 7.8% rise for the month.

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