Months of high-stakes jockeying between oneworld's American Airlines and SkyTeam's Delta Air Lines over partnering with troubled Japan Airlines came to an end yesterday when JAL announced it will stay in oneworld and jointly apply for antitrust immunity on transpacific routes with AA. JAL President and COO Masaru Onishi said the carrier, which last month entered into a court-monitored bankruptcy restructuring, had "analyzed this issue in great detail" and reached the conclusion that "the ...

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