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JALJalisco (Mexican state)
JALJapan Air Lines
JALJalapa (Guatemala territorial division)
JALJxta Abstraction Layer
JALJini Access Layer
JALJava Abstraction Layer
JALJava Application Loader
JALJava Application Layer
JALJust Another Language
JALJava Access Layer
JALJunior Achievement Latvia
JALJump And Link
JALJournal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier, BV)
JALJapan Airlines Company, Ltd.
JALJournal of Applied Linguistics
JALJob Arrangement Letter
JALJACK Agent Language
JALJet Approach Landing
JALJournal des Annonces Légales (French: Journal of Legal Announcements)
JALJump Adjustment Library (Tira Wireless Proprietary API)
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composer Emmanuel Jal poses during a photocall for the movie "War Child" at the 34th American Film Festival in Deauville, Normandy, France, Saturday Sept.
Japan Airlines parent JAL Group applied to the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to increase fuel surcharges on all international passenger tickets from Oct.
Osaka-based JAL Express will take over the operation of JAS' former MD81 fleet, which will now be operated on domestic services only, while the changes affecting JAL ways have yet to be specified.
"This new Ministry will look at the management of our water resources and water supply in an integrated and holistic manner and will work with states to ensure 'Har Ghar Jal', to all rural households by 2024 under 'Jal Jeevan Mission'," she added.
As JAL, in court-administered rehabilitation, has also reached a basic agreement with its major creditor banks on new loans, JAL's rehabilitation plan is expected to gain approval from the Tokyo District Court by the end of this month.
In addition, JALI subsidiary JAL Cargo Service Co Limited (JCG) with its headquarters in Narita, will transfer the business and assets of its cargo handling operations at ChubuCentrair International Airportto Suzuyo through a business transfer agreement also reached today.
American Airlines Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey said yesterday that AA continues to engage in discussions with JAL and the Japanese government regarding its offer to invest in the troubled airline.
In addition, JAL has also filed with the MLIT to revise the procedure of setting its fuel surcharge levels.
In the earnings report for fiscal 2006, JAL also said it booked a pretax profit of 20.58 billion yen, a turnaround from a 41.61 billion yen loss, and an operating profit of 22.92 billion yen, compared with a loss of 26.83 billion yen, on operating revenues of 2,301.92 billion yen, up 4.7 percent.
JAL has recently reached an agreement with Panasonic to aggressively install JAL SKY Wi-Fi on its international Boeing 767-300ERs, Boeing 777-200ERs and Boeing 787s operated on its Southeast Asia and other international routes.