ANA Holdings reported a net profit of ¥57.4 billion ($546 million) for the six months through Sept. 30, up 6.4% from a ¥53.9 billion profit a year earlier. Revenue dropped 2.9% year-on-year, although this was offset by a 3.5% decline in costs. Domestic revenue fell by 1.7%, with the softer travel demand to the Kyushu region following the Kumamoto earthquakes in April cited as a major factor. Domestic capacity was down by just 0.3% for the period. In international markets ...

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