Japan Airlines has vowed to work on raising safety awareness among its crew and to revise its safety management system following a series of aircraft mishaps in recent months.

“The management (team) will take the lead in rebuilding the safety system as a company and implement measures to prevent a recurrence to regain the trust of society and our customers in the safety of our operations,” Munekazu Tachibana, its senior vice president of corporate safety and security, said at a news conference Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, the airline submitted a report to the transport ministry following a ministry probe.