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JAL, ANA See Smaller Net Loss for FY 2020

JAL, ANA See Smaller Net Loss for FY 2020

   Tokyo, April 26 (Jiji Press)--Japan Airlines <9201> said Monday that it now expects to see a consolidated net loss of 287 billion yen for the year that ended in March, less than the previous estimate of 300 billion yen.
   The revision for fiscal 2020 followed expanded cost-cutting measures, such as a reduction in the number of flights and loaning employees to organizations outside the airline group, amid a plunge in air travel demand.

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