American Airlines and Delta Air Lines each continue to express a strong interest in financially troubled Japan Airlines, which reportedly is negotiating a ¥100 billion ($1.1 billion) short-term bridge loan with the Development Bank of Japan to fortify its cash position as it develops a longer-term restructuring plan. JAL and the Japanese government are in the process of determining how to revive the strapped airline, which is expected tomorrow to announce a heavy loss for its fiscal ...

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