10 years after the collapse of Japan Airlines Minister of Foreign Affairs Now sound competition and emphasis January 14 at 14:42
JAL = Just 10 years have passed since Japan Airlines broke down in 2010 on the 19th of this month. At that time, it was pointed out that public support for Japan Airlines would distort competition in the aviation industry, but Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane emphasized that sound competition is now taking place through monitoring by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
The Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Japan at a press conference stated that JAL's current business situation, which is about 10 years from its bankruptcy, is `` Expanding the international aviation network in the international market and substantially reducing routes in Japan, including remote islands. And contribute to securing the foot of the people. "
On the other hand, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has temporarily restricted the establishment of new routes, etc., at the time, pointing out that public support that would support the reconstruction of Japan Airlines would distort its competition with competitors at the time.
Regarding this, Minister Akabane commented, "In order to prevent the competitive environment between airlines from being inappropriately distorted, the company has been monitoring new investments and opening routes until the end of March 2017. It has been considerably corrected, "he stressed that there is now healthy competition.