With Cabinet ministers indicating Japan Airlines Corp. may get an injection of public funds, a transport ministry task force is in the final stages of compiling a rehabilitation plan for the struggling carrier.

Although in other countries, particularly the United States, it’s not unusual for an airline to fail and then start court-initiated rehabilitation, this option appears unlikely for JAL.

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