Japan Airlines: Increases To International & Domestic Network

Japan Airlines: Increases To International & Domestic Network
Photo Credit: Joris Wendt/AviationSource

Japan Airlines has this week made some increases and additions to it’s international and domestic network for the FY2024 flight schedule.

The full list, which you can see by clicking here, features some new and exciting services, as well as the bolstering of popular routes.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Japan Airlines: Increases To International & Domestic Network…


Japan Airlines: Increases To International & Domestic Network
Photo Credit: Joris Wendt/AviationSource

Within the very extensive list that Japan Airlines has given for it’s FY2024 schedule, there are some highlights within this.

On the international stage, the carrier will launch a new flight between Haneda and Doha on March 31, 2024, and will be the first non-stop flight from Japan to the Middle East offered by a Japanese carrier.

As well as this, the airline will be placing it’s new flagship Airbus A350-1000 aircraft on the Haneda-Dallas Fort Worth, New York and London routes as well.

On the domestic front, Japan Airlines will be increasing the number of the following routes:

  • Tokyo Haneda-Sapporo – From 16 to 17 per day from March 31.
  • Osaka-Sapporo – From four to five per day from June 1.
  • Tokyo Haneda-Ishigaki – Utilising the Boeing 787 Dreamliner from August 1-31.

The North American market will host 86 flights per week, with Europe increasing by nine weekly flights to 40.

On the Southeast Asian corridor, 112 flights per week will be on offer, with this remaining at 10 for Oceania services to Sydney & Melbourne.

East Asia remains at 110 weekly, but services to Hawaii & Guam will rise by five weekly flights to 39, with domestic routes increasing frequencies effective from January 30.

All eyes will be on how 2024 goes for Japan Airlines.

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