JAL says Dreamliner grounding will cut 4 billion yen from op profit
TOKYO, April 30
TOKYO, April 30 (Reuters) - Japan Airlines Co Ltd said on Tuesday the grounding of Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner from mid-January to May will cut an estimated 4 billion yen ($40.75 million) from its operating profit.
JAL, which has seven Dreamliner jets, is set to start test flights early next month with the aim of returning to normal 787 operations in June.
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