Japan Airlines (JAL) has bumped up its profit forecast for the current financial year, thanks to strong increases in demand across its major operations in the June quarter. The carrier has revised its guidance to reflect a ¥108 billion ($977 million) profit for the fiscal year ending March 31, which is ¥8 billion higher than the previous estimate. Operating profit is expected to rise by ¥11 billion to ¥153 billion. JAL attributed the brighter outlook to international ...

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