• Kyodo News


Japan Airlines Corp. will increase its personnel cuts by more than 1,000 jobs to a total of around 6,800 by March 2012, JAL President Haruka Nishimatsu said Wednesday.

JAL, which plans to scale down its operations through such steps as streamlining its international and domestic routes, conveyed its improvement plan Tuesday to a panel of the Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry tasked with monitoring its business turnaround.

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