JAL’s $8.5 Billion Rebirth Took Lessons From Crash-Site MorgueChris Cooper
Japan Airlines Co. Chairman Masaru Onishi still feels a burning sensation in his stomach each time he climbs Osutaka Ridge, where 27 years ago he helped man a make-shift morgue after one of the carrier’s jets plowed into the mountainside.
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