Despite the setbacks, Japan takes off for Jetstar

Jetstar Japan's phenomenal growth has been surprising, but the carrier must clear some regulatory hurdles and withstand rising fuel and equipment costs as a result of the Japanese government's attempts to weaken the yen.

The $120 million of new capital that Qantas and its key partner Japan Airlines have injected into the fledgling Jetstar Japan joint venture reflects both the surprising initial success of the low-cost-carrier and the teething problems it is experiencing.

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