Japan Airlines emerged from a year in the red with a ¥28.2 billion ($239.2 million) profit in its second fiscal quarter ended Sept. 30, a figure calculated by ATWOnline based on the carrier's half-year results released yesterday. For the six-month period, JAL posted a ¥1.5 billion profit that represented a reversal from a ¥12 billion net loss in the semester ended Sept. 30, 2005. Six-month revenues rose 3.4% to ¥1.15 trillion. The company credited a restructured route ...

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