Earthquakes, Global Jitters Hurt JAL Results

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AUCKLAND—Japan Airlines (JAL) is concerned about signs of weakness in several international markets, and traffic declines related to earthquakes earlier this year have hurt its domestic operations. Reporting profit declines for the June quarter, the carrier highlighted the “sense of uncertainty” in...

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