JAL to cut 6,800 Jobs


Japan Airlines on Tuesday, announced that it will cut thousands of jobs and many of its routes.

Chief Executive Haruka Nishimatsu said JAL would cut up to 6,800 jobs.

He said that he wants to conclude tie-up talks with foreign carriers by mid-October, adding that the loss-making airline was likely to pick Delta Airlines or American Airlines for a tie-up partner. JAL Chief also said the firm has not begun talks with some tie-up candidates, while decling to comment on who the candidates were.

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