JAL Seeks Aircraft Deferrals To Help Cut Spending

JAL is scheduled to take delivery of more A350s this year.
Credit: Airbus / F.Lancelot
Japan Airlines (JAL) plans a significant cost-cutting campaign to offset the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, and the carrier has signaled this will include aircraft delivery deferrals. JAL intends to trim fixed costs by ¥90 billion ($850 million) in its current fiscal year, which runs through March...

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