Easy prediction. But you really have to go back to the start of JAL to realize why it's in this position. Formerly government owned. Forced by pols to operate losing routes. When they became 50% private and then 100% private, do you think employees took pay cuts? Or got the same cush salaries.
You might be surprise to find how many Japanese are proud to work for JAL. If you're working for pride, you don't care as much about success.
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