American Airlines said its proposed $1.1 billion investment in Japan Airlines could be increased, while the troubled Tokyo-based carrier was buoyed when its retirees indicated they would accept significant pension cuts. Following a meeting yesterday in Tokyo with Japanese Transport Minister Seiji Maehara, AA Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey said on a conference call with reporters that the airline's joint bid with TPG Capital to assist with JAL's restructuring and ensure it remains in oneworld ...

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