Airlines face a tough year as post-disaster demand trickles back slowly in Japan
Japanese airlines are finally detecting signs that the plunge in air travel demand following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami is reversing, although full recovery remains a distant prospect. While aviation was far from the only sector hurt by the catastrophe, the fickle nature of travel demand makes this industry's rebound one of the hardest to predict. The uncertainty is a concern for more than just Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA). Japanese traffic is hugely ...
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