Japan Airlines profitable for second straight year; to restart 787 flights June 1

Credit: Courtesy, Boeing
Japan Airlines (JAL) reported net income of ¥171.6 billion ($1.75 billion) for its full fiscal year ended March 31, down 8% from a net profit of ¥186.6 billion in the prior fiscal year, and said Tuesday that 787 service will resume June 1. The fiscal year results were better than the company’s...

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