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Japan Airlines

First Look: Japan Airlines Airbus A350 Painted

Japan Airlines’ first new build Airbus aircraft has been rolled out of the paintshop at Toulouse/Blagnac. The A350-900 is the initial example from an order for 31, consisting of 18 -900 and 13 -1000 variants. The aircraft, which seat 369

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Latest Pictures: Japan Airlines’ First A350

Final assembly of the first Airbus A350-900 for Japan Airlines (JAL) has started and the aircraft is now beginning to take shape at the manufacturer’s Toulouse facility. Company engineers have completed the wing-to-fuselage join and the installation of the vertical

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ATR 72 Makes Japanese Debut

Japan Air Commuter (JAC) has taken delivery of its first ATR 72-600, JA06JC (c/n 1524), the first of its type in Japan. This follows a conversion of one of its orders of an ATR 42-600 to the larger 72 version. The

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Japan Airlines and Garuda Indonesia Announce Codeshare

Japan Airlines (JAL) and Garuda Indonesia have signed a strategic partnership agreement, increasing travel options between the countries. Initially, the two airlines will operate codeshare services between Japan and Indonesia and on some domestic flights flown by the carriers. Garuda

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ATR Goes Big in Japan

ATR is celebrating the placement of its first ATR 72-600 in Japan.  The 70-seat aircraft is expected to join Japan Airlines subsidiary Japan Air Commuter (JAC) before the end of the year and is a conversion from the carrier’s existing

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JAL to Add Low-Cost Long-Haul Unit

Japan Airlines (JAL) is establishing a low-cost long-haul carrier at Tokyo/Narita, which is due to start operations before the 2020 summer Olympic Games being held in the Japanese capital. The as-yet unnamed airline will initially use a pair of Boeing

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J-AIR Grows E190 Fleet

Japan Airlines subsidiary J-AIR has taken delivery of its tenth Embraer 190.  The jet, JA250J (c/n 19000741), was ferried from the manufactuer’s São José dos Campos facility on October 27, arriving at the carrier’s Osaka/Itami base on October 31. The

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Japan Airlines Extends Service Support

Embraer has signed an extension of its Flight Hour Pool Program with Japan Airlines for its subsidiary J-AIR’s growing fleet of E170s and E190s.  The agreement, covering the next ten years, comprises more than 300 individual parts and has been

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Green Light for Iberia

Iberia has received regulatory approval to co-operate on services between Europe and Japan.  The International Airlines Group (IAG) subsidiary has been granted anti-trust immunity (ATI) by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and is now expected to join

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Transpacific Tie-Up

Japan Airlines (JAL) and Alaska Airlines have confirmed plans to launch a new codeshare agreement and frequent flier partnership.  The deal, due to take effect from June 29, is subject to government approval but will enable passengers flying with JAL

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