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Japan Airlines office inspected after spate of incidents

Tokyo, May 24 (UNI) Japan's transport ministry carried out an inspection at a Japan Airlines (JAL) office at Haneda airport in Tokyo on Friday following a recent string of incidents involving the company's aircraft while taxiing, local media reported.
Four officials of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism entered the office to conduct an extraordinary audit involving hearings to assess the airline's responses to the incidents and its safety management system, Kyodo News reported.
The ministry will instruct the JAL to rectify any problems if current arrangements are found to be lacking, it said.
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