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With raising the notches one class above for all four cabin services and starting to introduce fully flat seat to business class through the significant improvements in spaciousness and functionality of seats, JAL has decided to configure SKY SUITE 777(Boeing 777-300ER aircraft) from early May 2013 on the long-haul route between Tokyo (Narita) and New York (John F. Kennedy) after it was deployed on Narita = London route from January 2013.

 

Published in Asian News

Japan Airlines (JAL) and S7 Airlines (S7), both members of the oneworld airline alliance, have entered a codeshare agreement with each other for the first time and will commence codeshare flights from January 30, 2013.

 

Japan Airlines (JAL) will strengthen its network in the two largest cities of Brazil - Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, with the start of a new codeshare arrangement with American Airlines (American), beginning January 27, 2013.

 

Regarding Monday’s event onboard a Japan Airlines (JAL) 787 at Boston Logan Airport, we are working closely with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), our customer and other government agencies.

Published in International News

Japan Airlines (JAL) celebrated the opening of its seventh gateway in North America with the first ever scheduled nonstop flight between San Diego and Asia today.

Published in International News

Japan Airlines (JAL) and Bangkok Airways (PG) today announced the commencement of their codeshare agreement on select flights between three airports in Japan and Bangkok operated by JAL, as well as between Bangkok and four points within the region on PG, effective from November 15, 2012.

Japan Airlines (JAL) and British Airways have agreed to add Rome, Milan, Bologna, Amsterdam and Warsaw to their list of codeshare cities from October 28, 2012, when JAL will place its flight indicator on the BA-operated flights between London and these destinations.

Published in International News

British Airways and Japan Airlines (JAL) will begin a joint business agreement with the two airlines sharing revenue on applicable flights between Europe and Japan.

The joint business, which starts on October 1, 2012, will benefit customers by providing better links between Europe and Japan, greater choice of flights to more destinations, enhanced frequent flyer benefits and the potential to launch new routes.

Published in International News
         
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