Japan Airlines Group blamed stagnant traffic in key markets and soaring fuel prices for a ¥12.04 billion ($102.3 million) net loss for the first half ended Sept. 30 compared to income of ¥83 billion last year. JAL warned that it expects to show a full-year loss of ¥47 billion. It previously forecast a small profit of ¥17 million, but high fuel prices and flat traffic in key markets will push it into the red for year to March 31. Total operating revenues for the six-month ...

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