A JAL Cargo Boeing 747-400F.

JAL Cargo Finds New Strengths In Alliances Nearly A Decade After Bankruptcy

Due to a rough 2000s, Japan Airlines (JAL) was struggling and by 2009, its inevitable trip into Corporate Rehabilitation Law was on the horizon. As the airline looked for ways of reducing debt the presence of some of their underperforming branches, one way was the reduction of JAL Cargo and removal of cargo-specific flights by the airline. At the time, JAL Cargo was operating with a fleet of 11 Boeing 747-400Fs and three Boeing 767-300Fs with the 747s operating long-range…