Japan's ANA skids toward record $4.8 bln loss

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Japan's ANA skids toward record $4.8 bln loss

Japan's ANA skids toward record $4.8 bln loss

Japan's ANA Holdings on Tuesday said it will retire more than a tenth of its mostly Boeing fleet and delay two aircraft orders to help rein in costs and survive a collapse in air travel caused by coronavirus travel restrictions.

Francis Maguire reports.

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