Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) reported a net profit of ¥6.6 billion ($65.2 million) in the fiscal first quarter, down 20%, mainly because of earthquakes in southern Japan and concerns about terrorist attacks in Europe. The carrier saw its revenue decline 2.3% in 1Q/FY2016, a reversal of recent growth trends. ANA’s main competitor Japan Airlines (JAL) also reported weaker results for the quarter, with a net profit drop of 55%, citing the same factors. However, like JAL, ...

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