The Excite News recently reported the following:
On the 14th of this month the content of the management improvement plan of Japan Airlines was made known. Among the international flights, 24 routes to China would be reduced or canceled. In the three years up to 2011, total air routes would be reduced by 20% compared with the business height of 2008. The operating expense would be reduced by 30 percent. As for that non-profitable international flights, the company would arrange join operation with overseas airlines, the aims of this restructuring was to enhance domestic flight income. One of the pillars of the plan was to downsize which would affect about 6,000 people.
After reading the above, I am wondering how long it would take for Japan Airlines to make its air travel business profitable again.