JAL doubles profit in fiscal 1Q due to strong international demand

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Japan Airlines (JAL) Group achieved a net profit of ¥32.6 billion ($262.1 million) for its fiscal first quarter, more than doubled from a net income of ¥14.7 billion for the previous year. The carrier cited strong international demand for the increased profit. JAL said demand from inbound travelers...

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