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JAL Expands Codeshare Agreement with Air France

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Japan Airlines is expanding its codeshare network with Air France. The network currently connects Japan to 11 other destinations in Europe via Paris.

 From July 7, 2009, JAL will start codesharing flights operated by Air France between Paris and Istanbul. Reservations for these codeshare flights will begin on the same day, July 7, 2009.

JAL and Air France first started codesharing in 1960 and at present, the agreement includes codeshare flights from Tokyo (Narita) and Osaka (Kansai) to Paris.

 The other existing codeshare flights connect Paris to Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Lyon, Munich, Nice, Prague, Stockholm and Warsaw.

 With the addition of the Paris-Istanbul route, the total number of destinations in Europe served by codesharing flights between JAL and Air France, including Paris, increases to 13.

JAL now serves a total of 32 cities on 44 routes in Europe through codeshare agreements with Air France, Alitalia and JAL's oneworld partner airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia and Malev-Hungarian Airlines.

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