Japan Airlines will submit a reorganization plan by the end of June that includes cutting 47-51 routes, according to reports by multiple Japanese media outlets. Kyodo News reported that bankrupt JAL will reduce its domestic network dramatically by terminating service on 31 routes within the country by the end of its current fiscal year, March 31, 2011. It also will cut up to 20 international routes, including service to Sao Paulo from Tokyo Narita via New York JFK as well as service from ...

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