The Japanese government and Japan Airlines reportedly will unveil a new turnaround plan for the troubled carrier later this week that will include slashing 13,000 jobs and giving a new government-backed agency control over JAL's restructuring process. Kyodo News reported that the new plan will nearly double the 6,800 job cuts that were called for in JAL's original restructuring proposal (ATWOnline, Oct. 20). The reductions would be carried out in phases and concluded by March 2015, according ...

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