JTB posted the first half-year operating income in the past four years, increasing all travel business segments
JTB achieved the first half-year operating income in the past four years for the first half of FY2023 due to recovery of all travel business, posting 8.7 billion JPY, improving from operating loss of 4.7 billion JPY a year ago because of well-recovery of the travel business.
Sales of 43 major travel companies in September 2023 were down 26.9% to 316 billion JPY compared to the same month of 2019. The top was JTB Group with sales of 110 billion JPY (down 23%), followed by NTA with 34 billion JPY (down 16.7%).
182 amusement parks and theme parks in Japan totally turned profitable in 2022 for the first time in the last three years
Sales of 182 amusement park and theme park operators in Japan in FY2022 increased by 48.7% year on year to 760.3 billion JPY in total. The top in terms of sales was Oriental Land, operator of Tokyo Disney Resort, with 410.5 billion JPY.
JAL revises the full-year financial forecast upward due to better recovery of international passenger flights than initially expected
JAL Group resulted in more revenue, EBIT and net profit for the first half of FY2023 than the same period of FY2019 and has revised the full-year financial forecast upward.
ANA decides to pay a dividend for the first time in five years, posting record-high revenue and operating income for the first half of FY2023
ANA Holdings posted record-high operating revenue and operating income for the first half of FY2023 (April 1 to September 30) and has decided to pay a dividend of 30 JPY for the first time in five years.
Sales of 43 major travel companies in July 2023 were down 29.4% over 2019 to 289.2 billion JPY. Sales in inbound travel recovered to a 14.4% reduction to 15.5 billion JPY.
TOYOTA offers a new telework style ‘Ele-Work’ using an electric car, partnering a subscription-based multi-living places solution provider
TOYOTA Motor has started a campaign to experience ‘Ele-Work,’ a new telework style, together with ADDress, a subscription-based multi-place living solution provider.
Airbnb hosts in Japan earn 745 million JPY with 67,000 guests in total in local areas without hotels
Airbnb revealed that more than 67,000 guests stayed in its listings in local areas without hotels in Japan, by which Japanese hosts earned more than 745 million JPY ($5.2 million) in total so far.
Sales of 43 major travel companies in FY2022 ended March 31 2023 doubled year on year or decreased by 36.3% over FY2019 to 2.9 trillion JPY in total. Sales in domestic travel recovered to a 6.5% reduction to 2.4 trillion JPY compared to FY2019.
HIS, a Japan’s leading travel company, says, “We can see exit of the long tunnel,” with a large decrease in mid-term deficit
HIS succeeded in increasing sales considerably and shrinking deficit in the first six months of FY2023. The core travel business increased sales to 79.7 billion JPY from 23.5 billion JPY a year ago.
JTB successfully made a profit for FY2022 for the first time in the past three years, mostly driven by domestic travel
JTB succeeded in making a profit for FY2022 ended March 31 2023 for the first time in the past three years, posting operating income of 33.6 billion JPY. For FY2023, JTB has forecasted sales will further increase by 12.8% year on year to 1,103 billion JPY.
Narita Airport expects to achieve the first profit in this fiscal year for the last four years, despite 50 billion in deficit for FY2022
Narita International Airport has forecasted the first profit of 600 million JPY for the last four years in FY2023 ended March 31 2024, despite 50 billion in deficit for FY2022.
ANA and JAL saw remarkable recoveries of international flight passengers, particularly on the Hawaii routes, during this year’s Golden Week holiday period
ANA and JAL carried more passengers on both domestic and international routes and considerably improved the load factors during this year’s Golden Week holiday period.
ANA achieved the first full-year profit in the last three fiscal year, expecting to recover international flight demand to 80% by the end of FY2023
ANA achieved achieved the first full-year profit in the last three fiscal year by posting net income of 89.4 billion JPY in FY2022 ended March 31 2023 (143.6 billion JPY in deficit in FY2021).
Domestic travel sales of 43 major travel companies in Japan recovered to the pre-pandemic level in November 2022
Sales of 43 major travel companies increased by 76.9% year on year to 309.4 billion JPY in total in November 2022. Domestic travel sales were up 56% year on year to 256.5 billion JPY, which were up 0.9% even compared to pre-pandemic November 2019.
HIS, one of the Japanese leading travel companies, still suffered from deficit in FY2022 despite large increases in sales
HIS, one of the Japanese leading travel companies, still suffered from net loss of 9.5 billion JPY for the full year of FY2022 ended October 31 2022 despite an increase in sales to 142.8 billion JPY because of gradual recovery of the travel business.
Travel consumption in Japan by Japanese travelers in Q3 of 2022 recovered to a 20% decrease before the pandemic
The total amount of Japanese travel consumption was up 131% year on year to 5.3 trillion JPY in the 3rd quarter of 2022, which improved from a 26.9% reduction in the previous quarter.
JTB doubled half-year sales with better results in domestic travel, BPO and MICE, expecting full-year profit
JTB increased sales for the first six months of FY2022 (April to September 2022) by 115% year on year to 386.3 billion JPY because of good recovery of domestic travel, BPO (business process outsourcing) and MICE and cost reduction efforts, expecting a final net profit for the full year of FY 2022 ended March 31 2023.
Domestic travel sales of 43 travel companies in Japan in September 2022 recovered to 80% of the 2019 level
Sales of 43 major travel companies increased by 114.3% year on year to 227 billion JPY in total in September 2022. Sales in domestic travel were up 94.2% year on year to 186.5 billion JPY, which were down 21% compared to September 2019.
ANA achieved the first half-year profit for the past three years and has revised the full-year net income forecast upward to a 90% increase from the previous forecast
ANA posted net income of 19.6 billion JPY for the first half of FY2022 ended September 30 2022, the first half-year profit for the past three years. ANA has revised the full-year forecast upward.