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JAL Group Revises Route, Flight Frequency and Fleet Plans

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Japan Airlines (JAL) has made the following revisions to its route, flight frequency and fleet plans for the remaining of fiscal year 2012, the year ending 31 March 2013.

On its international network, JAL's Boeing 787-8 will be used to inaugurate nonstop flights to San Diego (USA) with a service from Tokyo (Narita) commencing in December, and to start direct flights between Narita and Helsinki (Finland) in March 2013.

 More imminently, the 787-8 will be used for the additional daily service between Narita and Singapore slated to begin from 28 October 2012, increasing weekly flights to the city-state from 14 to 21.

To meet the thriving demand for flights to and from New Delhi, JAL will increase flight frequency from 5 to 7 weekly round-trip flights along with upsizing the aircraft used on the Narita-New Delhi route to Boeing 777-200ERs.

Adjustments are also being made to aircraft assignments for flights to and from China and Taiwan.

Domestically, flight frequencies on certain routes will be modified to match demand and the changes in travel patterns of customers influenced in part by the change in seasons. Additionally, current services between Tokyo (Haneda), as well as Osaka (Kansai) and Ishigaki will become nonstop both ways after the official opening of the New Ishigaki Airport.

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