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JAL set to boost international ops after smooth turnaround

Japanese carrier must negotiate crowded skies over Asia

JAL President Yoshiharu Ueki, center, at a news conference Friday.

TOKYO -- Finally free of bailout-era restrictions, Japan Airlines is pumped up to cultivate the market for international flights again, aiming to add new routes and increase passenger-mile capacity for such service more than 20% by fiscal 2020.

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