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  • January 07, 2005

UP-DATE ON JAPAN AIRLINES AID FOR SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE AND INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI RELIEF

TOKYO JANUARY 7: In addition to relief assistance already provided following the December 26 disaster, Japan Airlines announced today that it will provide of free cargo shipments of relief goods from Japanese government agencies, local governments in Japan and public organizations, such as the Japanese Red Cross, for the period January 12 to March 31 2005.

JAL will carry relief goods and materials to destinations on the JAL overseas network. The nearest points to the disaster-affected areas served by JAL are Bangkok and Jakarta..

The airlines contributions so far have included logistic support to medical teams that have flown to Indonesia and Thailand. JAL has also shipped medical supplies to Bangkok for onward delivery to affected regions in Thailand. The airline remains in contact with relief agencies in Japan for coordinating future logistic assistance.

JAL will also provide free air transport for staff of public organizations, such as the Japanese Red Cross and Japanese aid organizations that the airline has worked with in the past, until further notice.

In addition, JAL employees worldwide will be organizing a cash collection.

Details on shipping procedures are available form JAL offices in Japan. These arrangements apply to relief goods and materials sent from Japan only.

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