Japan Airlines and American Airlines
are to launch a new daily non-stop code share flight between Nagoya and Chicago in April
2005 with the first departure from Centrair Airport, Nagoya, on April 4.
JAL and American Airlines will inaugurate the new code share service on April 3 from OíHare and the first inbound flight will
arrive at Centrair on April 4. The first outbound flight will depart from the new Centrair Airport at 1800 local time, arriving at
OíHare Airport, Chicago, at 1540 the same day.
Adding Chicago as a new JAL transpacific destination from the new Centrair Airport, which opens February 17, 2005, is a big
boost to the airlineís international network from the central Japan region. When Centrair opens JAL will also inaugurate daily
flights to Paris and add a new service to Guangzhou, China, with three weekly flights.
The new Nagoya-Chicago link will be operated by a 236-seat American Airlines 777-200 offering three classes with 16 seats in
first class, 35 seats in business class and 185 economy class seats. The flight will be open for sale from the latter half of
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