ANA Net Profit Tumbles 36%

By Jeremy Del Nero on 31 January 2014
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ANA's Dreamliner in Seattle for launch flight in 2012

An ANA Dreamliner

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.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)


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.

Accura News

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