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JAL to send staff on unpaid leave

Responding to the resulting decline in travel demand and to accommodate the operation of extra flights, JAL announced earlier, a temporary reduction in capacity on international and domestic routes.

JAL to send staff on unpaid leave

Responding to the resulting decline in travel demand and to accommodate the operation of extra flights, JAL announced earlier, a temporary reduction in capacity on international and domestic routes.

To improve productivity during this period, JAL will offer a limited number of administrative and maintenance staff, cabin attendants and flight crew special unpaid leave during the months of May and June 2011 for a minimum of one calendar month or a maximum of two.

JAL endeavours to continue rendering support to recovery works and to maintain a sound business operation.

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