ANA 787. Courtesy, Boeing Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) has reported a first-quarter net profit of ¥0.6 billion ($7.54 million), reversed from a net loss of ¥8.4 billion in the year-ago period. Operating revenue rose 12.5% to ¥343.1 billion as Japan recovered from last year’s tsunami disaster at Fukushima and the strong yen made overseas travel more affordable, ANA said in a statement. ANA’s first reporting period for fiscal year 2012 runs from April ...

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