The Japanese airline said its group operating profit dropped 15.6 percent to
Its revenue for overseas flights increased 8.4 percent, due to an expansion of its slots for international flights at
Meanwhile, its revenue for domestic routes fell 2.8 percent, as a decline in average revenue per customer more than offset an increase in the number of travelers, the company said.
JAL left unchanged its group earnings outlook for the full business year through next March, expecting group net profit to fall 30.8 percent from the previous year to
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