JAL Predicts Further Decline In Profitability
Japan Airlines (JAL) expects another dip in profits for the current fiscal year, although the carrier is also projecting robust capacity and earnings growth in the longer-term. The airline forecast a ¥100 billion ($898 million) net profit for the 2017 fiscal year, which began on April 1. This would...
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