Easyjet has said its annual profits will be "slightly ahead" of forecasts thanks to strong passenger growth.
Services are back on schedule after August's disruption
The low-cost carrier had previously predicted pre-tax profit growth in the year to 30 September of 40% to 50%.
Passenger numbers for the year to 30 September were up 11.5% to 32.9 million, while September itself saw 9.8% more customers than a year ago.
Its September load factor - measuring how full its planes were - was 86.5%, up from 86.4% a year earlier.
Last month, Easyjet said that the disruption caused by August's terror alert had cost it about £4m after it was forced to cancel 469 flights.
UK airlines had to deal with tougher security measures after police said on 10 August they had uncovered a plot to blow up aeroplanes flying from the UK.
That led to delays, extra costs for the airline and compensation claims.