Japan Airlines Cinches Its Seat Belt

By U. S. airline restructuring standards, it looks modest. No one gets fired, no major operations are lopped off, no airplanes sold. But the "revised corporate plan" unveiled by Japan Airlines Co. President Matsuo Toshimitsu in mid-January is the boldest change in course since the airline was fully privatized in 1987.

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