Japan Airlines has announced plans to install brand-new seats in every cabin class on its international fleet of 777-300ER aircraft. The newly-designed seats will debut on the daily service between Tokyo (Narita) and London (Heathrow) from January 2013, and will progressively be expanded to New York (John F Kennedy) and mainly on other long-haul Europe and North America routes in JAL’s network.
Japan Airlines had announced the launch of a new codeshare programme with NIKI Luftfahrt - a subsidiary of fellow oneworld alliance member airberlin. Starting from July 1st, 2012, JAL’s flight indicator will be placed on NIKI’s six-weekly service connecting Frankfurt and Vienna International Airport.
Japan Airlines has confirmed it will begin offering JAL SKY Wi-Fi this summer. The high-speed, wireless internet service will gradually be introduced onboard JAL’s international flights as the airline progressively equips aircraft across its international fleet with the broadband Ku connectivity solution eXConnect by Panasonic.
Japan Airlines (JAL) and Malaysia Airlines (MH) today announced the expansion of their respective networks through a new codeshare agreement between the member and member-elect of the quality airline alliance, oneworld(R), beginning July 1, 2012.
Japan Airlines has launched GEnx-powered Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights between Boston Logan and Tokyo, Narita.Some highlights of the revolutionary aircraft include larger windows with electronically dimmable shades, as well as higher ceilings, lower cabin pressure and better humidity for a noticeably more comfortable in-flight experience.
oneworld partners British Airways and Japan Airlines have launched refreshed versions of their websites as technology continues to grow in importance in the travel trade. The British Airways homepage has been comprehensively redesigned to make it easier to use and navigate, as well as making it more inviting and accessible to customers.
Japan Airlines (JAL) yesterday demonstrated the strategic use of the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner with the official launch of the first ever nonstop service between Boston Logan and Tokyo, Narita.
JetBlue Airways and Japan Airlines (JAL) have signed a codeshare agreement, expanding the current interline partnership between their networks in Tokyo and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport as well as Boston’s Logan International Airport. The new initiative will come into effect on April 22.
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of their Pacific Joint Business, American Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) have launched special promotions, including a fare sale for travel on flights between the continental United States and Japan.
In a long expected move, International Airlines Group has confirmed it would consider taking a stake in Japan Airlines (JAL) when it re-lists on the stock exchange later this year. IAG – the holding company behind British Airways and Iberia – is already closely affiliated to the carrier through the oneworld airline alliance.
Boeing and Japan Airlines (JAL) are celebrating the delivery of the airline’s first two 787 Dreamliners. JAL is the first airline to take delivery of a 787 powered by fuel-efficient General Electric GEnx engines which will enable JAL to open new non-stop routes.
Japan Airlines has announced it will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 on March 25th, with the aircraft (JA822J) to be flown from Seattle, Everett to Tokyo, Narita by JAL pilots the following day. Also today, Boeing confirmed the 787 Dreamliner will make its Chilean debut as the centrepiece at the FIDAE 2012 International Air & Space Fair in Santiago on March 27th.