Japan Airlines, which has been subject to scrutiny following several safety-related issues, announced the establishment of a 622-sq.-m., ¥180 million ($1.5 million) Safety Development Center at Tokyo Haneda. The center will open April 24 and feature exhibits, items and documentation related to past incidents and accidents. Separately, JAL and Hainan Airlines will expand their codeshare agreement to include Hainan's daily flights from Beijing to Kunming and Xian.
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