Company says recovery 'steady' but yen and fuel cost uncertainties remain
TOKYO — Japan Airlines has logged its first quarterly net profit in nearly three years as it emerges from the bruising effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said on Tuesday.
Japan’s second-largest airline by revenue said it expects domestic travel to rebound to nearly pre-pandemic levels by March, though a recovery in international demand, particularly from China, remains further off.
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