JAL profit surges despite weak air cargo revenue

JAL profit surges despite weak air cargo revenue

Japan Airlines Corp.’s net profit surged 28.7 percent year-over-year in the April-September period to 103.4 billion yen ($854 million), as lower fuel prices and cost-reduction efforts more than made up for a decline in cargo operations revenue.

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