Skymark The final loss of 1.2 billion yen caused a large decrease in the number of users.
Skymark, an airline company, suffered a large decrease in passengers due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, so this year's financial results for the year ended in a loss of 1.2 billion yen, making it the first deficit in four years. I fell down.
Skymark announced this year's financial results for the year to March, with sales of 90.3 billion yen, an increase of 2.1 billion yen compared to the previous year, but the final profit or loss was 9.1 billion yen in the previous year. It was in the red with a surplus of 1.2 billion yen.
This is because the number of passengers on domestic flights has drastically decreased due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, and it is the first time in four years that the final deficit for the one-year period has been reached.
At Skymark, more than 80% of domestic flights were temporarily suspended or reduced due to the spread of infection, but since the self-restraint of traveling across prefectures was eased nationwide on 19th this month, it operates in stages. We have recovered the number of flights and the number of flights reduced in the first half of July will be about 30%.
On the other hand, Skymark has borrowed 30 billion yen from financial institutions so far in order to secure funds in hand in case of further spread of infection.