1. Japan Airlines to retire its domestic Boeing 777s  Executive Traveller
  2. Japan Airlines Set To Scrap Domestic Boeing 777 Fleet  Simple Flying
  3. JAL to reduce 777 fleet amid swing to steep first-half loss  Flightglobal
  4. JAL forecasts $2.3 bil. net loss in FY2020  NHK WORLD
  5. Japan Airlines forecasts over $2.3bn annual net loss  eNCA
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Japan is one of the few countries where the international-grade Boeing 777 features on domestic routes.Japan is one of the few countries where the international-grade Boeing 777 features on domestic routes.

Japan Airlines to retire all of its domestic Boeing 777s - Executive Traveller

Japan Airlines has decided to get rid of its dedicated Boeing 777 domestic fleet. This latest news comes…

Japan Airlines Set To Scrap Domestic Boeing 777 Fleet - Simple Flying

Japan Airlines will retire up to 24 of its Boeing 777 aircraft over the next three years, as it battles the coronavirus crisis that saw it rack up significant losses for its half-yearly results.Japan Airlines will retire up to 24 of its Boeing 777 aircraft over the next three years, as it battles the coronavirus crisis that saw it rack up significant losses for its half-yearly results. Elaborating on its future fleet plans, the Oneworld carrier states that 11 777-200ERs used in its ...

JAL to reduce 777 fleet amid swing to steep first-half loss | News | Flight Global

Japan Airlines Co. says it expects to post a net loss of between 240 billion yen ($2.3 billion) and 270 billion yen in the current business year through March, the first red ink since its relisting in 2012, as the novel coronavirus pandemic sharply reduced demand for air travel.Japan Airlines Co. says it expects to post a net loss of between 240 billion yen ($2.3 billion) and 270 billion yen in the current business year through March, the first red ink since its relisting in 2012, as the novel coronavirus pandemic sharply reduced demand for air travel.

JAL to post net loss of up to 270 bil. yen in FY 2020 due to pandemic

Japan's two major airlines, JAL and ANA, are forecasting huge earnings losses for the 2020 business year. While they face an uphill battle to rebuild their operations, low-cost carriers are bracing for even bigger disruption in the post-pandemic era.Japan's two major airlines, JAL and ANA, are forecasting huge earnings losses for the 2020 business year. While they face an uphill battle to rebuild their operations, low-cost carriers are bracing for even bigger disruption in the post-pandemic era.

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The carrier said it expected a net loss of 240-270 billion yen for the year ending March 2021.The carrier said it expected a net loss of 240-270 billion yen for the year ending March 2021.

Japan Airlines forecasts over $2.3bn annual net loss | eNCA

Japan Airlines said Friday it had forecast an annual net loss of more than $2.3 billion after the coronavirus pandemic grounded air travel around the world. Japan Airlines said Friday it had forecast an annual net loss of more than $2.3 billion after the coronavirus pandemic grounded air travel around the world.

Japan Airlines forecasts over $2.3 billion annual net loss | ABS-CBN News

It did not issue annual forecasts when it published first quarter earnings in August, citing deep uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.It did not issue annual forecasts when it published first quarter earnings in August, citing deep uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.

Japan Airlines forecasts over $2.3 billion annual net loss as pandemic grounds air travel - The Economic Times