Japan Airlines (JAL) Group achieved a net profit of ¥32.6 billion ($262.1 million) for its fiscal first quarter, more than doubled from a net income of ¥14.7 billion for the previous year. The carrier cited strong international demand for the increased profit. JAL said demand from inbound travelers to Japan remained high, particularly on Chinese and Southeast Asian routes. Outbound premium demand was steady. The depreciation of the Japanese yen is providing cost headwinds for JAL, ...

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