Japan Airlines Group posted a net loss for its fiscal first quarter ended June 30 of ¥3.4 billion ($31.3 million), narrowed from a ¥4.3 billion deficit in the prior-year period, and unveiled the biggest review of its network since 2002 to mitigate the rising cost of fuel. The earnings result, while an improvement year-over-year, marked JAL's fifth consecutive first-quarter loss. It said that from Oct. 1 it will make major network changes, lifting capacity on high-growth, profitable ...

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