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Japan Airlines CFO: Forecast Full-Year Air Cargo Sales To Rise More Than A Third Amid Strong Demand
Qantas & Japan Airlines To Form New Joint Business For Australia, New Zealand & Japan
Japan Airlines - Notice On Determination Of Number Of New Shares To Be Issued By Way Of Third-Party Allotment
Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. is a Japan-based company principally engaged in aviation business. The Company ins involved in the regular and irregular air transportation business for international and domestic passengers and cargo, aircraft use business, as well as other incidental or related businesses, such as the provision of airport passenger services, ground handling, maintenance, freight, passenger sales and airport peripheral business. The Company is also involved in the travel planning and sales business which includes planning sales, airline seat sales, baggage delivery, system development and operation, provision of ticketing system for travel industry, as well as credit card business for travels by air transport.
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Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) said it had retired its fleet of 13 Boeing Co 777s with Pratt & Whitney engines a year earlier than planned, having suspended operations in February after an engine on a United Airlines plane shed debris.
When Naru Kurokawa heard news at the weekend that an engine had caught fire on a Boeing 777 while over the United States, he recalled his own fear in December when an engine also failed as he was flying over Japan on the same model of jet.
Japan Airlines (JAL) on Monday further cut its record full-year loss outlook as a fresh surge in coronavirus infections dampened a recovery in domestic travel that had been helping the airline weather the pandemic.
Japan Airlines (JAL) on Monday cut its full-year forecast to a record operating loss of 420 billion yen ($4.01 billion) as a surge in coronavirus infections dampened expectations for a recovery in domestic travel.
Japan Airlines Co Ltd said on Wednesday it raised a more-than-expected $1.8 billion in a share sale which was aimed at strengthening its finances amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) 9201.T will cut their executives' pay by half, Kyodo News Agency reported on Friday.
Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) <9201.T> on Friday forecast a record operating loss of as much as 380 billion yen ($3.63 billion) for the year through March, and said it would retire 24 Boeing Co <BA.N> 777 planes early as the pandemic hits travel demand.
Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) said on Friday it expected a record operating loss of up to 380 billion yen ($3.63 billion) in the year to March 31, as it forecast international route demand would still be below 50% by then, thanks to the pandemic.
ANA Holdings Inc will allow customers to redeem frequent flyer miles on its budget carrier Peach as it weighs boosting the proportion of domestic flights flown by the low-cost airline, three sources familiar with the matter said.
Japan Airlines <9201.T> wants to create a low-cost carrier network with three of its discount carriers to tap leisure travel that, unlike business travel, could rebound as the coronavirus wanes, the company president said on Wednesday.
Japan Airlines wants to bolster low-cost carrier operations that carry leisure travelers because tourism could rebound after the coronavirus pandemic wanes while business travel demand falls, the carrier's president said on Wednesday. (Reporting by Maki Shiraki; Writing...
* JAPAN AIRLINES LIKELY POST AROUND 20 BILLION YEN ($185.63 million) OPERATING LOSS FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH ON CORONAVIRUS IMPACT - NIKKEI Further company coverage: ($1 = 107.7400 yen) (Reporting by Tokyo newsroom)
* JAPAN AIRLINES: WILL REDUCE APPROXIMATELY 94% OF ITS INTERNATIONAL SERVICES THROUGH MAY 31 DUE TO CORONAVIRUS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* JAL-AFFILIATED LCC ZIPAIR POSTPONES LAUNCH OF SERVICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
* JAPAN AIRLINES EXECUTIVES TO VOLUNTARILY RETURN 10% OF APRIL-JUNE PAY TO CUT COSTS AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS - KYODO Further company coverage:
* JAPAN AIRLINES SAYS WILL REDUCE ABOUT 85% OF INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR MONTH OF APRIL Further company coverage: (Tokyo newsroom)
Female flight attendants working for Japan Airlines will be allowed to wear trousers and abandon high heels next month, the company said on Thursday, after a feminist campaign took off.
* ANNOUNCED ADDITIONAL REVISIONS TO FLIGHT FREQUENCY PLANS BETWEEN MARCH 29 TO APRIL 30, 2020
Japan Airlines <9201.T> said on Tuesday it will cut flights on international routes from the country by about 64% between March 29 and April 30, as the coronavirus pandemic has hammers travel demand.
Japan Airlines said on Tuesday it will cut flights on international routes from the country by about 64% between March 29 and April 30, as the coronavirus pandemic has hammers travel demand.
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