The Tokyo District Court on Thursday turned down a lawsuit filed by 76 former Japan Airlines pilots seeking continuation of their employment who argue that their dismissal during the course of the carrier’s rehabilitation was invalid.
The 76 plaintiffs were 17 former captain pilots and 59 former co-pilots of Japan Airlines which collapsed in 2010.
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