Japan Airlines 787. Courtesy, Boeing JAL Group (JAL) has announced a ¥99.7 billion ($1.24 billion) profit for the first half of its 2012 fiscal year, a 2.3% improvement over the same period a year ago. JAL, whose 2012 fiscal year ends March 31, 2013 and which restructured after going into bankruptcy in 2010 (ATW Daily News, Sept. 19), reported operating revenue of ¥634.2 billion, operating expense of ¥522 billion and operating income of ¥112.1 billion. Combined, they ...

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