Japan Airlines 767. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Japan Airlines on Monday completed its court-monitored bankruptcy restructuring under Japan's Corporate Rehabilitation Law, and also announced more flight reductions as it contends with a steep drop in demand in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami crisis that devastated the country. The company completed full repayment of reorganization claims amounting to ¥395.15 billion ($4.86 billion) with the approval of a ...

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