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JAL said it applied to its transportation authorities for antitrust immunity to expand its alliance with American, mirroring their application in February to the U.S...With the immunity, American and JAL could set routes and airfares in a joint
Staff writer With the government easing the criteria for granting individual travel visas to Chinese next month, Japan is gearing up to lure more tourists from the Middle Kingdom and make international tourism a pillar that can prop up the anemic
Japan got a triple dose of sobering economic news Friday as unemployment rose for the third straight month in April, prices kept sliding and household spending fell. The country's jobless rate climbed to 5.1 percent, hitting its
Japan Airlines Corp has decided to delay part of its early retirement program amid fears that the larger number of applicants than expected could adversely affect its operations in the busy summer season, sources close to the matter said.
The population of Japan's capital — one of the biggest cities in the world — has surpassed 13 million for the first time in history, the Tokyo government said Wednesday. Tokyo counted 13.01 million residents as of April 1, up 0.5
The Transportation Department said Friday it is seeking a "thorough discussion" of public benefits from the alliances, how the companies will manage pricing decisions and each carrier's revenue in trans-Pacific markets. American Airlines and Japan
Japan Airlines Corp plans to cut 16,500 jobs by March next year. This job cuts will reduce the labor workforce of Japan Airlines Corp by a third. This 16500 job cuts will help Japan Airlines Corp to save 81.7 billion
Japan Airlines Corp., now under a state-backed restructuring process, is considering axing about 50 domestic and international routes after this fall, sources close to the matter said Saturday. The number is much bigger than the about 30 routes
An estimated 760,000 new recruits marked their first day of work across Japan on Thursday as Toyota Motor Corp and Japan Airlines Corp promised a fresh start to revive their operations, which have been pounded, respectively, by recalls and bankruptcy.
Japan Airlines (JAL), which is downsizing after entering bankruptcy in January, said Thursday it will drop out of the aircraft freighter business and will in future carry cargo only in the belly of its passenger planes. The decision means that JAL's