JAL Now Forecasting Deeper Loss For 2021

JAL Boeing 787-8
Credit: Chen Chuanren
SINGAPORE—Citing protracted border closures and lukewarm domestic travel for its decreased financial estimates, Japan Airlines (JAL) is forecasting a deeper loss for the 2021/22 financial year of ¥777 billion ($1.4 billion) against ¥146 billion previously estimated last November. JAL said in a stock...

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