JAPAN AIRLINES lost ¥104.9b for six months ended Sept 30 (vs ¥54.1b profit for same six months in 2019) on 61.2% lower revenues vs 2019. It is projecting ¥146b net loss for fiscal year ending March 2022 with cash burn not turning positive until 4Q.

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