While Japan Airlines saw its profits slip slightly in the six months through September, falling fuel prices have prompted the carrier to raise its profitability guidance for its full fiscal year. JAL reported net income of ¥80.3 billion ($719.4 million) for its fiscal 2014 first half, down by 2% from the same period in the previous year. This contrasted with rival All Nippon Airways, which a day earlier announced its net profit rose 78% to ¥35.7 billion for the six-month period. For ...

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