Restructuring Japan Airlines (JAL) said Aug. 10 it is selling majority control of its Kansai-based passenger and ground-handling subsidiaries to Konoike Transport Co. Ltd., which specializes in outsourcing and logistical support services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. In mid-June, JAL said it would cut more than 19,000 jobs as part of the restructuring necessitated by its filing for protection from its creditors in January. Many of the job reductions are expected to be ...


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