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JAL and ANA reset course for growth after pandemic shrinks both

Japan's two biggest airlines have seen their fleets fall to 2014 levels

JAL and ANA planes at Tokyo's Haneda Airport. The carriers are making moves to navigate the post-pandemic world. (Photo by Mizuho Miyazaki)

TOKYO -- The coronavirus pandemic has forced Japan's top two airlines to cut their planes in service to the lowest level in nearly a decade. Now, bitter rivals All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines are seeking strength in numbers of a different kind.

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