JAL to increase Flight Frequency between Tokyo-Chicago and Tokyo-Qingdao, China

Travel News Asia 8 February 2005

JAL is to increase the number of flights on its Tokyo Chicago and Tokyo Qingdao routes.

From March 27, 2005, the current seven flights per week service between Chicago and Tokyo will increase by three flights per week making a total of 10 flights per week. The three new flights will depart from Narita Airport at 14:40, making possible same day connections to Chicago for travellers from Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul and Taipei. The new schedule is a response to the steady growth of passenger traffic between China and the USA. The creation of an afternoon departure from Chicago will also increase the selection of connections from many cities across North America.

On July 1st, 2005 on China routes, JAL will increase the present five weekly flights between Tokyo and Qingdao, China by an additional two flights per week, creating a daily service. Because of this increase in flights, JAL's Japan-China network, already the largest passenger network between Japan and China, will operate 234 weekly flights on 28 routes linking 13 cities. JAL plans to continue to increase its flights in the China market, where sustained growth is expected.

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