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89. AL and BA Begin to Share Revenue on Flights
Japan Airlines (JAL) and British Airways today start a joint business agreement with the two airlines sharing revenue on applicable flights between Europe and Japan. The joint business should benefit customers by providing better links between Japan and Europe, greater choice of flights to more destinations, enhanced frequent flyer benefits and the potential to launch new routes.
90. Japan Ryokan Association Selects Utell Connect and Netbooker NG
Japan Ryokan Association Selects Utell Connect and Netbooker NG. Ryokans offer travelers the essence of Japan from staying in a room with Tatami (straw mat) flooring and wearing a typical Yukata (robe), to enjoying an Onsen (hot-spring bath) or traditional evening and morning meals prepared by a master chef heya-shoku (in room). Until now, many of these enviable properties have b
91. Japan Beat Hong Kong in HSBC Asian Five Nations Top Five
Former All Black John Kirwan was an unhappy man after rusty Japan eked out a 45-22 victory over Hong Kong to get their defence of the HSBC Asian Five Nations Top Five competition off to a winning start at Hong Kong Football Club. Japan led 31-3 at the break but a spirited Hong Kong out-scored the Asian champions three tries to two in the second half leaving head coach Kirwan less t
92. Japan Airlines and Qantas to Form Joint Business
Qantas and Japan Airlines (JAL) have unveiled plans to form a new joint business, designed to better serve customers travelling between Australia, New Zealand and Japan and support the tourism industrys recovery when international flying resumes. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 5 January 2021.
93. Japan Coast Guard Orders Two More Airbus H225 Helicopters
The Japan Coast Guard (JCG), Japans largest Super Puma operator, has placed a new order for two H225 helicopters. The order brings JCGs Super Puma fleet to 15, comprising of two AS332s and 13 H225s.
94. Japan Coast Guard Orders Airbus H225 Helicopter
Airbus Helicopters has secured an additional order of one H225 helicopter from the Japan Coast Guard (JCG), bringing JCGs H225 fleet to ten units. JCG currently operates three AS332s and five H225s, both from the Super Puma family. With this new order, the customers Super Puma fleet will grow to 13 units by March 2021, becoming the largest Super Puma operator in Japan.
95. Marriott Signs Third Luxury Collection Hotel in Japan
Marriotts Luxury Collection has signed IRAPH SUI, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Okinawa, Japan. Owned by The Mori Trust Group and slated to open in late 2018, the new island resort will be will be located in the city of Miyakojima in Okinawa Prefecture, and will be the third Luxury Collection hotel in Japan.
96. Japans Brave Blossoms to Play in Singapore Sevens in April 2016
Fans of Japans Brave Blossoms can look forward to watching the Asian rugby sevens champion in action during the Singapore leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens in April, with Japan officially named as the wild-card team in the 16-nation tournament. The reigning Asian Games champions, who secured an automatic berth for the 2016 Rio Olympics by winning the Asia Rugby Sevens Qualifier i

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