All Nippon Airways 787. Courtesy, Boeing Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) reported first-quarter net income of ¥28.1 billion ($348.3 million), up 20.6% compared to ¥23.3 billion last year. Operating income rose 43% to ¥97 billion and recurring profit increased by 85% to ¥68.4 billion. ANA attributed its strong performance to an economic gradual recovery following the Japan earthquake and its decisive action in dealing with the rising oil prices, exchange rate fluctuations ...

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