ANA Profits Hold Firm, But JAL Declines
AUCKLAND—While Japan’s two major carriers are both experiencing revenue challenges, the effect on profitability is proving to be much more dramatic for Japan Airlines (JAL) than All Nippon Airways (ANA). JAL saw a 31% decline in profit for the fiscal first half through Sept. 30, spurring a cut to...
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