China Eastern Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) will apply to form a joint venture (JV) for international and domestic operations. The cooperation, if approved by the airlines’ governments, will cover services between the two home countries, China Eastern said. JAL added the carriers are also proposing to include domestic networks, reaching more than 50 cities in Japan and more than 80 in China. “Most,” not all, of the two companies’ domestic routes will be included ...

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