All Nippon Airways 777-300ER at Tokyo Narita. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Still reeling from the aftereffects of March's earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan, All Nippon Airways incurred an ¥8.4 billion ($107.9 million) net loss for its fiscal first quarter ended June 30, widened from an ¥5.2 billion net deficit in the prior-year period. "The losses during the period reflect the severe disruption caused by the Great East Japan earthquake in March, which ...

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