• Kyodo News


Two Japan Airlines group firms have already carried out job cuts by soliciting early retirements, even though the airline hasn’t officially decided on a restructuring plan, according to sources.

The struggling airline submitted a draft restructuring plan to the government in September that included the elimination of around 6,800 group employees, or about 14 percent of the overall workforce, over the next three years.

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