JAL seeks early retirements

Guest Writer

Japan Airlines Corp (JAL) has said it will start requesting early retirement applications from employees aged 35 and above from its flight services subsidiary, Japan Airlines International Co. According to a Japan Times report, JAL will seek applications from ground and cabin crew, as well as aircraft maintenance service mechanics over 50. The move forms part of the airline’s plan to eliminate 15,700 jobs, or about 30% of its workforce, by March 2013.

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