The famous Japan Airlines, JAL, has recently been reported to be heading towards bankruptcy, and many customers who have been a frequent user of JAL are starting to use other airlines that are cheaper. After facing this trouble, JAL has set a number of considerations to save themselves.
One thing JAL plans to do is to operate more regional jets on domestic routes with higher profitability. For International passengers, JAL plans to replace the old, bigger aircrafts with higher efficiency, state-of-the-art aircrafts in order to cut fuel costs. In addition, JAL’s cargo business model will continue to improve by establishing relationships with external companies to seek possible ways in which JAL can reduce the cost. And lastly, JAL plans to look furthermore into reducing the costs of maintenance, flight operations, cabin crew, airport operations, sales, and many other backend operations.
With these measures being implemented, JAL hopes to rescue their bankruptcy and to return to being a efficient airline company that will serve many customers form all over the world.