Leaner JAL earns bumper first half profit

Japan Airlines (JAL) has continued its strong recent financial

recovery with a seven-fold increase in operating profit to USD494 million in

the six months ended 30-Sep-07. The result was attributed to strong premium

demand on services to the US, Southeast Asia and China, a reduction of loss-making

services and its accelerated job cuts programme.

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