Japan Airlines (JAL) and rival All Nippon Airways (ANA) have both reported record profits. ANA Holdings has reported a 40% increase in nine-month net profit to 73.3 billion yen ($606 billion). JAL has reported a net profit for the same period up by 20% to 143.69 billion yen. Both airlines have benefitted from an increase in the number of international visitors to Japan. A weak yen has been credited for the boost in tourism to Japan.
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