Japan Air Sets Sights on AirAsia’s Turf for First Low-Cost Route

Japan Airlines Co. has decided to go head-first into the home turf of Asia’s largest low-fare carrier. The Japanese operator, which is starting its own budget carrier next month, will begin flying to Southeast Asia initially, Masaru Onishi, a director at …
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