ANA Net Profit Tumbles 36%
All Nippon Airways, Japan’s largest airline, announced financial results for the first three quarters of the 2013 fiscal year. The airline reported net income of ¥33.31 billion, a 36.2% year-over-year decrease. Operating revenue for this same period was ¥1.212 trillion, a 7.1% increase.
Passenger revenue per available seat kilometer increased by 6.9% in international traffic during the first three quarters of the 2013 fiscal year. Additionally, these nine months yielded a .3% decrease in passenger traffic, and a decrease of 1.8% in load factor to 74%.
Domestically, passenger revenue per available seat kilometer increased by 3.5%. Passenger load factor decreased slightly by .64%, or .4 percentage points, to 62.1%.
For the complete 2013 fiscal year, ANA forecasts net income of ¥15 billion, a 65.2% decrease from 2012. Operating revenue, however, is expected show a year-over-year increase of ¥96.4 billion, to ¥1.580 trillion, or a 6.1% increase for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014.
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CORRECTION – FEBRUARY 1, 2014
The original version of this story expressed certain figures incorrectly because a legend on a chart supplied by ANA was incorrect. The article has been subsequently updated with the correct figures.