ANA Holdings Inc. reported Friday a record net loss of ¥309.58 billion in the April to December period, as the major airline has been reeling from the global coronavirus pandemic that hurt travel demand at home and abroad.
The loss is a reversal from a net profit of ¥86.45 billion in the same period last year, underscoring the severity of the hit from the spread of the novel coronavirus to the airline industry.
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