JAL Stays with oneworld

JAL Stays with oneworld

Financially strapped Japan Airlines Corp. has rejected the offer by Delta Air Lines of financial support and has announced that it will remain partners with American Airlines, which means it will stay in the oneworld alliance. American is planning on requesting trans-Pacific antitrust immunity from the U.S. DOT, “… which will pave the way for our two airlines to operate a joint venture between U.S. and Japan,” said American Airlines CEO Gerard Arpey. JAL currently serves 217 airports and flies to 35 countries (including codeshare routes) and FFP members who participate in the oneworld alliance can continue to earn and redeem miles for flights on JAL.

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