Anxious for a financial boost in the wake of a ¥99 billion ($1.08 billion) loss in its fiscal first quarter ended June 30 and an increasing debt burden, Japan Airlines launched negotiations with oneworld partner American Airlines and SkyTeam rival Delta Air Lines concerning a potentially significant investment, according to multiple sources. On Friday, unidentified individuals told NHK television (Japan Broadcasting Corp.), Dow Jones and the Associated Press that DL is interested in ...

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