Japan Airlines Corp. said Friday it will not pay winter bonuses, and the government asked the carrier’s main creditor banks to provide bridge loans to keep the struggling airline afloat, sources said.
President Haruka Nishimatsu notified JAL’s unions of the plan to skip winter bonus payments, the first move of its kind since Japan’s top airline was fully privatized in 1987.
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