Nov 5, 2013
UPDATE 1-Japan govt tells JAL it is sticking to Haneda slot handout
Japan's government said on Tuesday it was sticking to a handout of new landing rights at Tokyo's Haneda airport that Japan Airlines complained was unfair because it gave local rival ANA Holdings twice as many of the slots.
Exclusive: JAL may take legal action against government over landing slots
Japan Airlines reserves the right to sue the Japanese government for favoring rival ANA Holdings by allocating it more landing slots, JAL's president told Reuters on Thursday, raising the prospect of an unprecedented battle that could batter the nation's airline industry.
Airbus seeks to double Japan market share by 2020
Airbus, which won its first order from Japan Airlines this month, intends to double its market share in the country by 2020 as air travel demand climbs.
The Very Big Political Issues Behind Japan Airlines' Big Boeing Snub
Japan Airlines President Ueki holds an agreement document with Airbus Chief Executive Bregier as they pose during their joint news conference in Tokyo.
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Two Japan Airlines Dreamliners Diverted Due to Glitches
In more trouble for the Dreamliner, Japan Airlines Co Ltd, or JAL diverted two of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights bound to Tokyo from San Diego and Moscow following electrical glitches.