All Nippon Airways (ANA) achieved a healthy improvement in profits for the six months through September, as the airline’s rapid expansion in international markets provided a significant boost in revenue. The carrier’s parent, ANA Holdings, reported a net profit of ¥35.7 billion ($327.3 million) for its fiscal first half, up 78.2% from a profit of ¥20 billion in the year-ago period. Operating revenue increased 9.1% to ¥854.8 billion, largely due to ANA’s ...

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