Soaring fuel costs, "adverse publicity" over recent safety-related operational events and declining demand on services to China resulting from lingering feelings about anti-Japanese protests in April all factored into another rough quarter for Japan Airlines, which reported an ¥11 billion ($92.5 million) loss for the three-month period ended Dec. 31, up from a loss of ¥3.7 billion in the previous year's third fiscal quarter. Revenues rose 21% to ¥556.9 billion but expenses ...

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