JAL Group's comprehensive restructuring is starting to take effect with the company reducing its loss in its third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31 to ¥13.0 billion ($107.1 million), narrowed from the ¥20.6 billion deficit in the year-ago quarter. In conjunction with that announcement, JAL released a Medium Term Revival Plan covering the next four years that will include an increased commitment to safety and elimination of 4,300 jobs. Among the four core focuses of the plan is a ...

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