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Why are Easyjet profits up 28%?

As Easyjet posts its full-year results, the chief executive tells 5 live why they will not board people by seat row.

Budget airline Easyjet has published its full-year results.

Profits before tax are up by 28% to £317m and earnings per share grew by 19% to 62.5p per share.

BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast spoke to the air carrier's chief executive Carolyn McCall.