ANA released details of the "emergency income recovery plan" designed to produce an additional ¥30 billion ($316.7 million) in revenue during the fiscal year ending March 31, 2010, and keep it on course for a full-year profit of ¥3 billion. It reported a ¥29.2 billion net loss in the fiscal first quarter ended June 30 (ATWOnline, Aug. 3). According to the new plan, network revisions are expected to produce ¥8 billion in extra revenue, "additional reductions in personnel ...

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