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ANA seen soaring to $390m profit after 2 years of pandemic losses

Japanese airline rides rebound in domestic flights, but international slump continues

ANA Holdings has reduced its fleet by 26 aircraft since the pandemic started. (Photo by Akiyoshi Inoue)

TOKYO -- Japanese air carrier ANA Holdings expects a group operating profit of about 50 billion yen ($390 million) for this fiscal year, Nikkei has learned, as domestic travel rebounds after two years of losses during the pandemic.

At ANA core unit All Nippon Airways, bookings of domestic flights for the upcoming Golden Week holiday were up 47% from last year as of Friday.

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