• Kyodo News


Japan Airlines Corp. said Friday it anticipates a group operating loss of ¥37 billion for the current business year through March, its first red ink in three years.

The projected loss is attributed to a decline in business travelers and international cargo amid the global economic downturn, even as Japanese airlines carry out cost-cutting measures, including fewer flights and pay cuts.

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