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Clues to Prevent Babies from Crying During Flight Sought (News)

Tokyo, Oct. 1 (Jiji Press)—All Nippon Airways and three other Japanese companies conducted Sunday an airborne research to find ways to prevent babies from starting crying during flight. More than a few passengers feel pain in their ears when aircraft ascend and descend due to quick changes in the cabin pressure. Sometimes babies do not stop crying. Due to this, many families with small children…

JAL’s Bumpy Ride: From Bankruptcy to RelistingTozaki Hajime

In September 2012 Japan Airlines was relisted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, two years after claiming support under the Corporate Reorganization Law. Waseda University Professor Tozaki Hajime, an expert on the aviation industry, looks back on the restructuring process and assesses the prospects for the future.

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