Japan Airlines announced that it will cut 45 routes by the end of September as part of a radical shakeup intended to return it to profitability and sustainability. JAL filed for bankruptcy under Japan's Corporate Rehabilitation Law in January and CEO Kazuo Inamori, who took the helm when it began the court-monitored reorganization process, has been indicating in recent weeks that cuts will be harsher than originally planned (ATWOnline, April 6). The airline confirmed speculation by ...

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