Japan Airlines Corp. hopes to end a highly visible management row by having two of its top executives resign, along with two in the company’s international operations unit who called for the resignation of JAL President Toshiyuki Shinmachi, sources said Friday.

The two resigning executives at the parent company are JAL Executive Vice President Katsuo Haneda, 63, and Senior Managing Director Hidekazu Nishizuka, 60. Shinmachi, 63, will stay on as president.

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