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Japan Airlines, which has served Dallas/Fort Worth from Tokyo's Narita International Airport in the past, is relaunching service on the route on November 30. Read more
J-Air Corporation, JAL Group’s wholly owned regional-airline subsidiary, will operate the 32 Mitsubishi MRJ regional jets. Read more
Oneworld alliance members Japan Airlines and Qatar Airways are launching a codeshare agreement and will begin codesharing flights on December 3. Read more
Japan Airlines will add a second daily round-trip on its Tokyo Narita-New York JFK route on March 30. According to JAL Group, Japan Airlines' parent company, the second daily round-trip will be operated by Boeing 787-8 equipment. Read more
The JAL Business Class cabin in each refurbished Boeing 767-300ER will be fitted with 24 new JAL Sky Suite II seats, each designed to recline 180 degrees into a fully flat bed. Each 767 will also have a total of 175 Sky Wider economy-class seats, arranged in a 2-3-2 configuration. Read more
JAL is expanding its Russia network by codesharing on S7 Airlines' non-stop flights linking Tokyo Narita with the two Russian cities of Khabarovsk and Vladivostok. S7 Airlines will codeshare on JAL-operated flights between Narita and key Japanese domestic destinations. Read more
In the first phase of the project, Japan Airlines will introduce a sweeping change called JAL Sky Suite 777 to the seat designs in every cabin class on 13 of its Boeing 777-300ER widebodies. The JAL Sky Suite 777 service will be indicated in JAL's flight timetables as 'SS7'. Read more
JAL will use its Boeing 787-8 fleet to inaugurate the world's first and only non-stop flight between San Diego and Asia on December 2, launching four-times-weekly service from Tokyo's Narita International Airport on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Read more
JAL will start refitting 13 of its flagship Boeing 777-300ERs with new seats; eight new seats in First, 49 in Business, 40 in Premium Economy and 135 in Economy Class. Subsequently, JAL will introduce the latest seats on its Boeing 767-300ERs, beginning in the second half of 2013. Read more
Japan Airlines has set December 2 as the date for the launch of its new non-stop service between Tokyo's Narita International Airport and San Diego. The airline will fly the new route four times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Read more
From April 22, the codeshare agreement allows Japan Airlines to place its 'JL' flight code on select JetBlue Airways-operated flights which connect New York and Boston with 21 destinations in the U.S. JAL's sales and reservations for the codeshare flights begin on April 18. Read more
Japan Airlines has taken delivery of its first two Boeing 787s, becoming only the second customer to receive a 787. JAL is also the first airline to take delivery of a Boeing 787 powered by General Electric GEnx engines. Read more
Japan Airlines will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 on March 25 and the aircraft (registered JA822J) will be flown from Everett to Tokyo Narita by JAL pilots the following day. Read more
Japan Airlines will launch non-stop Dreamliner service from Tokyo to San Diego in December and to Helsinki in March 2013. JAL has also announced new orders for 10 Boeing 787-9s and conversion of existing orders for 10 787-8s to the larger, longer-range 787-9. Read more
Through the agreement, which becomes effective on February 15, customers may book tickets for combined travel on JetBlue Airways and Japan Airlines through New York John F. Kennedy Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. Boston will follow on April 22. Read more
The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner destined to enter service with Japan Airlines rolled out of the paint hangar at Boeing's Everett widebody final-assembly facility late in the evening of December 13, 2011. Read more
The shared lounge at Honolulu International Airport is the two oneworld carriers' first joint lounge since gaining antitrust immunity and becoming partners in a transpacific joint business in 2010. Read more
Panasonic's broadband Ku connectivity solution eXConnect will be installed on JAL's fleet of Boeing 777s and introduced on routes between Japan and its gateways in Europe and North America. Read more
The airline says it plans to operate the "highly anticipated" Boeing 787-8 configured with business and economy class seating on the route, making Boston the first destination named by JAL to be served by its Dreamliners. Read more