Japan Airlines and American Airlines said they are engaging in "closer cooperation" on international cargo operations as part of their transpacific joint venture launched in April (ATW Daily News, Jan. 12). The two carriers said they've begun using Los Angeles, Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, New York JFK and Honolulu "as key transfer points for cargo traffic" in the US and similarly are using Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya as transfer points in Japan. "The ...

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