ANA cited continued economic recovery in Japan and "strong demand for individual and international business travel" for a more than threefold growth in net profit in the first fiscal quarter ended June 30. The carrier earned ¥7.6 billion ($66.3 million) compared to ¥2.1 billion in the year-ago period. It said it will not change its full-year forecast of ¥27 billion in earnings on revenues of ¥1.42 trillion because of fuel costs, which it said rose ¥9.5 billion in the ...

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