Japan Airlines (JAL) intends to experiment with different business models for the new hybrid subsidiary carrier it is planning to launch, JAL director Masaru Onishi said. JAL is not describing the proposed carrier as a long-haul LCC, Onishi said on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Sydney June 4. “Our concept is different from just an LCC,” Onishi said. JAL wants to try approaches that would be considered challenging for the full-service carrier.  In particular, the new ...

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