Japan’s All Nippon Airways Holdings (ANA) reported a 2018 first-half net profit of ¥73.7 billion ($651 million), down 38% compared to net profit of ¥118.3 million in the 2017 1H, although the prior-year profit was boosted by extraordinary income as Peach Aviation became a consolidated subsidiary. The 2018 1H—which is the company’s fiscal first-half period ended Sept. 30—was affected by rising costs and revenue hit by an earthquake and severe typhoons. In ...

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