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JAL celebrates Domestic First Class Anniversary with Commemorative Gifts for Passengers

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This coming December, Japan Airlines will celebrate the first anniversary of its popular domestic JAL First Class, by presenting passengers with special commemorative gifts during their flight. Throughout the month, the gifts will be given to all passengers flying in domestic JAL First Class between Haneda (Tokyo) and Itami (Osaka), the route the service was first launched on a year ago.

The airline’s first class service was first introduced on the Haneda, Tokyo – Itami, Osaka route on 1 December 2007. It was the first-ever domestic cabin class of its type to be introduced to Japan. The service is now available on all flights between Haneda and Itami airports, and between Tokyo (Haneda) - Fukuoka and Tokyo (Haneda) - Sapporo (Chitose).

Depending on the date traveled and direction of travel, passengers will receive a selection of gifts during their flight. On 1 December 2008 the actual day of the anniversary all passengers traveling between Haneda and Itami will receive JAL First Class original leather goods.

From 1 - 31 December, all passengers on flights in both directions will receive a specially produced domestic JAL First Class booklet (in Japanese only). On December 24 and 25 only, all passengers traveling between the two airports will also be presented with a 200ml bottle of Vranken-Pommery Monopole, Heidsieck & Co Monopole Champagne.

In addition to this, throughout the whole month of December passengers flying from Haneda to Itami will be given a 125g pack of ‘č tricaffč JAL Special’ Original Coffee from E Group, and those flying in the opposite direction will be given a 150ml bottle of ‘Gokujo JAL Special’ Soya Sauce from Shodo Island.

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