Japan Airlines Co. expects a worse loss this fiscal year than previously forecast as the coronavirus wreaks havoc on international demand for travel.

The nation’s flag carrier is now forecasting a net loss of ¥300 billion for the 12 months ending March 31 and sales of ¥460 billion, according to an exchange filing Monday.

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