Japan’s newest airline AirJapan has finally announced a date for the launch of its first services. The subsidiary of All Nippon Airways (ANA) will commence operations on February 9, 2024, with flights from Tokyo Narita to Bangkok, the airline said on August 2....
Japan Airlines (JAL) turned around its fortunes in Q1 of FY2023, producing a net profit almost two-thirds that of the FY22 full-year profit. Both the full-service and its low-cost carriers benefitted from the strong recovery in domestic and international demand also...
Wisk Aero is entering the Japanese market for advanced air mobility (AAM), announcing a partnership with Japan Airlines (JAL). The two companies will work together on the development of AAM operations using the Wisk aircraft as well as on joint maintenance. Wisk also...
Japan Airlines (JAL) is to reintroduce its own full freighter fleet, introducing three converted Boeing 767-300ERs in the final quarter of the financial year 2023 (January-March 2024). The airline says it wants to capture stable demand on the cargo, e-commerce, and...
As part of the usual game with media of initial denial, Japan Airlines has confirmed today that it has selected the Boeing MAX 8 for the renewal of its medium-haul fleet. The airline will buy 21 aircraft for delivery from 2026. Japan Airlines orders 21 Boeing MAX 8s....
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