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JAL adds Manchester to Europe Network

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From today, June 3, 2008, Japan Airlines will offer twice-daily code share flights operated by British Airways (BA) between Manchester and London Heathrow.

The expanded code share agreement adds Manchester to JAL's Japan- Europe network by providing smooth connections from the UK city onto daily services operated by the airline between London - Tokyo (Narita) and London - Osaka (Kansai).

Including code shares, JAL now connects Japan to 26 cities in Europe on 38 routes. Cities served are as follows: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, London, Lyons, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Nice, Oslo, Rome, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Vienna, Warsaw and Zurich.

JAL and British Airways - both members of the oneworld alliance - first started code sharing in February, 2004. JAL already places its 'JL' designator on flights operated by BA between London and Hamburg, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich.

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