Japan Airlines 767. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Japan Airlines on Tuesday unveiled a more radical restructuring plan than expected, calling for the retirement or layoff of more than 16,000 staff by March 31, 2011, as well as the disposal of 103 aircraft and the scrapping of 49 loss-making routes. The company outlined its ambitious reorganization plan aimed at achieving a profit margin of 9.2% by March 2013 in a filing with the Tokyo court overseeing its bankruptcy case under ...

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