JAL adds first class to Delhi offering

Japan Airlines will start offering First
Class service on its daily flights between Tokyo and New Delhi from
January 11 2009. As business passenger demand on this route has been particularly strong
over the past years, in October 2007 JAL increased flight frequency
establishing a daily service on the route, and on August 1, 2008
increased seat capacity by switching the aircraft used from a 777-200ER
to a 747-400.
In response to this robust demand, JAL has decided to also offer on the
route from early next year its First Class service. Passengers will be
able to relax in the privacy and comfort of a JAL Skysleeper Seat, which
reclines a full 180 degrees.

Each seat will be equipped with MAGIC, JAL’s personal in-flight
entertainment system. Using the systems Audio-Video-on-Demand (AVOD)
technology, passengers will be able to enjoy a wide range of programming
on their own personal TV monitor with the freedom to start, stop,
fast-forward and rewind as they please. 

JAL offers First Class passengers a choice of the very best Western and
Asian gourmet food created using the finest ingredients and accompanied
by award-winning wines and sake of the highest quality.