Japanese LCC Peach Aviation slipped to a net loss in its fiscal year ended March 31, which the carrier partly attributed to costs associated with its merger with Vanilla Air. Peach reported a net loss of ¥193 million ($1.8 million) for the 2018 fiscal year, reversed from a profit of ¥3.7 billion in the previous year. The airline noted that “integration-related costs were recorded ahead of schedule.” Vanilla Air and Peach are both subsidiaries of the All Nippon ...

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