From the end of October JAL will increase international passenger, and cargo flight
frequency between Tokyo and Shanghai, further strengthening its network between China and Japan.JAL will introduce a fourth daily non-stop passenger service between Tokyo and Shanghai, increasing flight frequency
between the two cities from 21 to 28 flights per week. With the addition of the new daily service, JAL will offer 101
round-trip flights per week between Japan and Shanghai.
Including China Eastern Airlines code shares, JAL currently provides direct flights between Shanghai and six cities in
Japan: Tokyo (Narita), Osaka (Kansai), *censored*uoka, Nagoya (Chubu), Komatsu and Sapporo. JAL also offers same day
connection code share services onward from Shanghai to the Chinese cities of Chengdu, Chongqing and Shenzen
(operated by China Eastern Airlines).
Announced earlier this year, JAL will also increase from October 29, 2006 flight frequency on the international
passenger services it operates between Tokyo - Xiamen, Tokyo - Guangzhou, and Nagoya (Chubu) - Guangzhou, as
well as on the cargo service it operates between Tokyo - Guangzhou.
By the end of calendar year 2006, JAL’s international passenger network between Japan and China - the largest
network between the two countries - will serve 13 Chinese cities on 30 routes with a total of 271 flights per week (on
round trip basis including code shares).
On October 29, 2006 JAL will also introduce an additional international cargo flight between Narita and Shanghai
departing Japan on Sundays using a B747-400F. This will increase the number of freighter flights operated on the route
from 5 to 6 per week.