Japan’s two major airlines have boosted their profit guidance for the fiscal year through March 31, in part because of strong performance on their international networks. ANA Holdings (ANA) is projecting a ¥132 billion ($1.2 billion) net profit for the full fiscal year. This is up by ¥7 billion from its earlier estimate, and ¥33 billion higher than its profit for the previous year. The Japan Airlines (JAL) Group, meanwhile, forecast a ¥121 billion net profit for the ...

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