Two JAL Group Companies Involved in Cheating During Driving License Exams at Haneda Airport

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Japan Airlines (JAL) has revealed that two of its group companies were involved in misconduct during the driving license exams within the Haneda Airport ramp area.

JAL Royal Catering and JAL Sky had employees who referred to textbooks while answering questions. The companies reported the misconduct to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s Tokyo Aviation Bureau Tokyo Airport Office, and the employees involved returned their driving permits and suspended online exams.

JAL Royal Catering had one instance of cheating during one of the 12 online exams conducted between October 2022 and January 2024, involving two examinees and one supervisor.

JAL Sky saw cheating in four of the 21 online exams conducted between May 2022 and January 2024, involving nine examinees and four supervisors.

JAL Group sees these breaches of compliance and potentially hazardous acts as severe threats to safety and operations, and emphasizes its commitment to enhancing compliance awareness, safety consciousness, and preventing recurrences.

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