ANA now expects to report a ¥65 billion ($720 million) consolidated net loss in its fiscal year ending March 31, compared to the ¥28 billion loss forecast last October, owing to a "slower than expected recovery," although it plans to return to profit in 2010-11. The Japanese carrier said domestic demand and unit revenue both failed to rebound as expected and improvement in international traffic failed to produce the anticipated recovery in RASK. Maintenance and ground handling income also ...

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