JAL

Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways have agreed to extend their existing codeshare deal to allow JAL to codeshare on flights operated by Cathay Pacific via Hong Kong, Bangkok and Singapore to destinations in Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe.

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Reservations and ticket purchasing for Japan Airlines’s new codeshare on American’s flights between New York and Sao Paulo begin on October 28, subject to government approval.

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Japan Airlines will put into service a new international executive-class seat, the JAL Sky Recliner, when it takes delivery of four new Boeing 767-300ERs from this month. The new 767s are also equipped with MAGIC V, the newly updated, most advanced version of JAL’s in-flight entertainment system.

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The expanded codesharing agreement with oneworld partner Qantas Airways allows JAL to retain Brisbane in its international network as it suspends its direct flights between Tokyo Narita and Brisbane from September 30, after 22 years of flying to the Australian city.

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From October 31, in addition to codesharing on JAL’s new Hong Kong-Haneda flights, both airlines will also begin to market each other’s flights linking Hong Kong with Narita and Sapporo, increasing the number of codeshare flights to two per day operated by JAL and 16 per day operated by Cathay Pacific Airways.

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Including new codeshare flights with American to six destinations in the United States via San Francisco and with Air France to 14 cities in Europe via Paris, JAL is set to expand its international network from Haneda.

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From August 1, JAL will put its ‘JL’ flight prefix on flights operated by Finnair between Helsinki and seven additional European cities.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation has given initial approval for the application by American Airlines and four of its international partners for anti-trust immunity ― that is, immunity from monopolies prosecution ― to form an international joint venture.

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