The steady recovery of air travel in and to Japan helped Japan Airlines (JAL) to report its first operating and net profit in Q2 of its financial year 2022. But the six-month result still shows a net loss. As such, JAL performed worse than its rival ANA. Japan...
Japan Airlines (JAL) has accelerated its medium-term management plan and targets a return to FY19 profit levels already this year, one year earlier than outlined last year in the 2022-2025 strategy. The airline also puts Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) at...
Stronger international and domestic business environments and continued high demand for cargo have helped Japan Airlines (JAL) to improve its results, it reported on February 2. Japan Airlines improves 9M results but lags behind ANA. JAL reported a nine-month-loss of...
UPDATE JULY 30 – To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During each month from July onwards, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be...
Japan Airlines (JAL) has set some aggressive targets for the current decade to 2030 to become more profitable, competitive, and sustainable. It presented its medium-term management plan on May 7, which includes a projected EBIT of Yen 170 billion in FY23, Yen 185...
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