Japan Airlines estimates that the nominal loss due to the fleet accident it experienced was around 104.4 million dollars

Japan Airlines estimates that the nominal loss due to the fleet accident it experienced was around 104.4 million dollars. This loss was caused by one of the planes being destroyed and burning when it collided with another plane on the runway at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan.

Japan Airlines management stated that the aircraft’s losses would be borne by insurance, but Japan Airlines was also still calculating the impact of the accident on the company’s estimated revenue in the first quarter of 2024.

This is because apart from being related to Japan Airlines aircraft, they are also reviewing the amount of compensation individually beforehand. It was reported that 379 people on board the Japan Airlines plane had managed to save themselves before the plane was engulfed in flames. However, five of the six crew members were reported dead, and the airline’s pilot was seriously injured.

Meanwhile, referring to circulating news, the insurance company that has the potential to cover Japan Airlines’ loss claims is AIG. Although the management of this insurance company has not provided official news.