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Japan Airlines Co Ltd (9201.T)

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Wed, Jan 31 2018

Japan Airlines 9-month profit up 5.8 pct on buoyant passenger demand

TOKYO, Jan 31 Japan Airlines Co (JAL) posted a 5.8 percent rise in operating profit in the nine months to December, citing buoyant demand from inbound and outbound travellers.

BRIEF-Japan Airlines Likely To Log 5% Rise In Operating Profit In April-December Period - Nikkei

* JAPAN AIRLINES LIKELY TO LOG 5% RISE IN OPERATING PROFIT TO AROUND 145 BILLION YEN ON SALES OF 1.04 TRILLION YEN, UP 6% IN APRIL-DECEMBER PERIOD - NIKKEI Source text : [http://s.nikkei.com/2DUJeyf] Further company coverage:

UPDATE 3-Japan Airlines chief, credited with helping steer recovery, to step down

* Faces tough competition from domestic rival ANA (Adds comments from Ukei and analyst)

Japan Airlines president to be replaced by senior exec

TOKYO, Jan 24 Japan Airlines Co (JAL) said on Wednesday that President Yoshiharu Ueki, who helped lead the company's recovery from bankruptcy, will be replaced by managing executive officer Yuji Akasaka in April.

Japan Airlines invests $10 million in supersonic jet company Boom

Denver-based startup Boom Supersonic has won a $10 million investment from Japan Airlines Co Ltd in its push to build a supersonic passenger aircraft it claims will be faster, quieter and more affordable to fly than the Concorde.

UPDATE 1-Japan Airlines invests $10 mln in supersonic jet company Boom

Dec 5 Denver-based startup Boom Supersonic has won a $10 million investment from Japan Airlines Co Ltd in its push to build a supersonic passenger aircraft it claims will be faster, quieter and more affordable to fly than the Concorde.

Japan Airlines invests $10 mln in supersonic jet company Boom

Dec 5 Denver-based startup Boom Supersonic said on Tuesday Japan's No.2 carrier Japan Airlines Co Ltd has invested $10 million in the company, which is building a supersonic passenger aircraft it claims will be faster, quieter and more affordable to fly than Concorde.

UPDATE 1-JAL lifts annual profit outlook on improved economy, lower fuel costs

* Quarterly operating profit at 74.3 bln yen, above estimates (Adds comment)

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