The government revealed on Tuesday a set of measures to keep Japan Airlines Corp. afloat, including a bridge loan by a government-linked bank and possibly a special law to reduce pension benefits for retired workers of Japan’s top airline.

The government will ask the Development Bank of Japan to provide the bridge loan to JAL if the company requests it for operating money, transport minister Seiji Maehara said.

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