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American Airlines and Japan Airlines Announce Nonstop Service from Tokyo to Las Vegas for CES 2019

For the first time, American Airlines — together with its Pacific Joint Business partner Japan Airlines (JAL) —is announcing a special nonstop flight between Narita International Airport in Tokyo (NRT) and McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas (LAS) to support additional demand for CES® 2019. American will operate the flight Jan. 4–14, 2019. “Thousands of… Read More ›

Japan Airlines extends Boeing parts solutions agreement 10 years.

New contracts demonstrate Boeing’s growing parts business Boeing [NYSE: BA] announced today an agreement with Japan Airlines to extend its partnership with the company to provide spare parts solutions for another 10 years. The renewed Japan Airlines agreement for Boeing’s GoldCare Expendables, formerly Integrated Materials Management (IMM), is an expendable parts service solution that builds… Read More ›

HANEDA, THE NEW AIRPORT IN TOKYO SERVED BY AIR FRANCE.

As from 30 March 2014, Air France will be offering a new service to Tokyo-Haneda airport, in addition to its flights to Tokyo-Narita. In this way, Air France will offer two daily frequencies – one day flight and one night flight – to Tokyo-Haneda and one daily frequency to Tokyo-Narita, providing customers with a wider… Read More ›

Boeing Statement on Japan Airlines 787 Event in Boston.

Regarding Monday’s event onboard a Japan Airlines (JAL) 787 at Boston Logan Airport, we are working closely with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), our customer and other government agencies. JAL has reported that smoke detected while a 787 was on the ground after passengers disembarked and during cleaning was traced to the battery used… Read More ›

JAL Places Order for Twenty Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

  The JAL Group (JAL) has announced an order of twenty Boeing 787-9 aircraft, which it intends to deploy on medium to long haul international routes after fiscal year 2015, as part of its Mid-Term Management Plans for fiscal years 2012 to 2016. The twenty orders comprise ten new purchases and a conversion of ten… Read More ›

JAL Expands Use of User-Preferred-Routes to Vancouver

The JAL Group (JAL) plans to utilize User Preferred Routes (UPR) on its daily flight between Tokyo (Narita) and Vancouver starting from December 19, 2011. JAL first introduced the use of UPR in Japan, on its Japan = Hawaii routes in August 2008 and later on routes to Australia in June 2009. Airlines flying between… Read More ›

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