More Healthy Profits Likely For Japanese Carriers
Japan’s two major airlines expect to remain strongly profitable as they enter a new fiscal year, though while All Nippon Airways (ANA) predicts a gain for the period, Japan Airlines (JAL) is forecasting a slight drop in net income. Rising profits seen by ANA are based partly on its international...
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