ANA Projects Full-Year Loss Despite Recovery Signs

ANA A321neo first flight
Credit: Airbus
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has downgraded its financial outlook for fiscal 2021, as improvements in the second half of the year will not be enough to offset a weaker first half. Parent company ANA Holdings projects a net loss of ¥100 billion ($880 million) for fiscal 2021 (ending March 31, 2022)...

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