Japan Airlines Group announced a significant earnings turnaround to a net profit of ¥16.9 billion ($162.1 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31 from a loss of ¥16.2 billion the prior year on the back of premium strategies on its international operation and route restructuring on its domestic network. The profit was achieved on a 3% drop in sales to ¥2.23 trillion as JAL disposed of a number of consolidated subsidiaries. In terms of air transportation, JAL Group's core ...

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