Despite escalating fuel prices, Japan Airlines Corp. announced a return to profit for the fiscal year ended March 31 as it posted net income of ¥30 billion ($284.2 million), a dramatic reversal from last year's net loss of ¥88 billion. Total sales revenue was up 10.2% to ¥2.13 trillion while total operating costs rose 3.7% to ¥2.07 trillion on an 18% increase in fuel costs to ¥288.9 billion, offset somewhat by the company's cost-cutting as well as network ...

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