jueves, 30 de agosto de 2018
Trouble viewing this email? View in a browser
August 25, 2018
JAL to snatch Garuda
pact away from ANA
Japan Airlines and Garuda
Indonesia are poised to enter
into a code-sharing arrangement
that could lead to a joint venture,
with Garuda expected to cancel
a years-old partnership with JAL
rival All Nippon Airways.
JAL and Garuda are set to finalize the agreement in September before starting code-shared flights between Japan and Indonesia the following month.
Many Japanese companies have operations in the Southeast Asian country, and the route is in high demand, but JAL runs few flights from the Tokyo area to Jakarta.
Selected for you
Uniqlo takes on H&M in its home market Sweden
Three-way battle with Zara intensifies in Europe
Japan bank deal sets path for consolidation by regional lenders
Two Nagasaki banks cleared antitrust hurdles by giving up clients to lower market share
Kirin dips toes into tech investment as beer market slumps
Developers of cooking robots and sleep app win brewer's backing
Japan and US to sharpen missile defense with real-time data sharing
New ships and planes coming after 2020 to feature combat system link
Entrada más reciente