JAS

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JASJames
JASJournal of Animal Science
JASJust a Suggestion
JASJournal of Agricultural Science (Canadian Center of Science and Education)
JASJapanese Association, Singapore
JASJournal Abbreviation Sources
JASJazz Aspen Snowmass (Aspen, CO)
JASJournal of African Studies (Society of Research on African Cultures)
JASJapan Air System
JASJapan Atherosclerosis Society
JASJapan Audio Society (est. 1952)
JASJustice at Stake (Washington, DC)
JASJournal of Applied Statistics (Taylor and Francis Group)
JASJava Analysis Studio
JASJournal of Archaeological Science
JASJapanese Agricultural Standard
JASJust A Second
JASJordanian Astronomical Society (Amman, Jordan)
JASJamaica Agricultural Society
JASJournal of the Atmospheric Sciences
JASJet Air Service (freight forwarding company)
JASJamaica AIDS Support
JASJabatan Alam Sekitar (Malaysia)
JASJava Application Server
JASJakt, Attack, Spaning (Swedish Military Aircraft)
JASJanus Aspen Series (investments)
JASJapan Association of Surveyors
JASJoint Analysis System
JASJapan Airship Services
JASJapanese Amateur Satellite
JASJoint Alternate Site
JASJoined Another Society (Quaker religion)
JASJustice and Society
JASJapan Aerobatic School
JASJedi Against Sith (gaming clan)
JASJaish Ansar Al-Sunna (Islamist Armed Groups in Iraq)
JASJob Accounting System
JASJohnson Associates Software
JASJournaling Automation System (IBM)
JASJoin and Stream (video networks)
JASJharkhand Administrative Service (India)
JASJapan Aerobatic Academy
JASJAG Automated System
JASJunior Accountants Society (University of Guam)
References in periodicals archive ?
With Japanese airline companies slashing airfares and Japan Airlines and Japan Air System merging this fall, competition in Japan's airline industry has become fiercer.
During the initial process of integration of Japan Airlines and Japan Air Systems (JAS), which took place from October 2002 to April 2004, the group concentrated on enhancing collective strength and corporate value.
Last month the cracks prompted Japan Air System to cancel nearly 600 flights, for emergency checks and component replacements.
JAL's five unions include the 626-member Japan Airlines Domestic Pilot Union formed with pilots of the defunct Japan Air System and the 107-member union of Japan Air Commuter, a JAL affiliate offering service on local air routes with small planes.
Japan Air System (JAS) has reportedly completed emergency inspections on its MD-81 and MD-87 aircraft following the discovery of cracks in their engines.
Earlier in the day, the union had threatened to implement the strike in connection with its negotiations with the management over changes in working conditions after Sunday's merger of Japan Airlines Domestic, previously called Japan Air System, with Japan Airlines International Co.
Japan Air System (JAS) cancelled another 95 domestic flights today (20 January) due to the discovery of cracks in engines made by Pratt & Whitney.
Japan Airlines and Japan Air System had gradually integrated their operations since establishing their joint holding company in October 2002.
Japan Air System (JAS) cancelled 120 domestic flights for today (19 January) after discovering cracks in engines made by Pratt & Whitney.
In October 2002, when Japan Airlines and Japan Air System integrated their operations, the airline promised the Fair Trade Commission that it would leave the fares unchanged for three years unless there is a drastic change in the economic environment.
Japan Air System has formed a three-year contract with Japan Turbine Technologies (JTT) covering the maintenance and repair of high-pressure turbine air-foils for V2500 engines.
The airline - which is a holding company formed from the merger of Japan Airlines and Japan Air System - has announced the job cuts on top of 3,000 cuts previously announced in 2002.
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