Japan Airlines (JAL) is discussing a major order with Boeing and Airbus for the eventual replacement of its Boeing 777 fleet, and the carrier is not averse to splitting the order between more than one aircraft type or manufacturer. JAL could make a decision relatively quickly “if we can get a good deal,” but otherwise is prepared to postpone a decision, the airline’s Chairman Masaru Onishi told Aviation Week at a Oneworld alliance briefing held at the International Air Transport ...
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