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Japan Airlines Corp. is working on a plan to have Delta Air Lines Inc., the world’s largest airline, invest around ¥50 billion in the cash-strapped carrier, industry sources said Saturday.

JAL, which is discussing a tieup with Delta, is also considering allowing an executive from the U.S. airline to join its board, they said.

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