JAL to Operate Daily Flights on Tokyo - New Delhi Route

Travel News Asia Monday, 9 July 2007

From October 28, 2007 JAL will start offering daily flights between Tokyo and New Delhi. At present, the airline operates four flights per week between the two cities departing Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Earlier this year JAL announced that it will increase flight frequency on this route from 4 to 5 flights per week by adding an extra flight departing on Monday from October 1, 2007. JAL operates 777-200ER aircraft on the route offering business and economy class cabins.

As business passenger demand on this route has been particularly strong, JAL decided to increase flight frequency further. From October 28, 2007 a daily service between Tokyo-New Delhi will come into effect when JAL starts operating flights between the cities departing on Wednesday and Saturday. JAL started operating on the Tokyo New Delhi route in 1965.

Passengers traveling in JAL Executive Class - the airlines business class - will be able to enjoy the comfort of the JAL Shell Flat Seat on all flights operating on the Tokyo New Delhi route from October 28, 2007. The JAL Shell Flat Seat has been designed in a stylish shell shape for the ultimate in relaxation and privacy. The seat reclines to 170 degrees, has a generous width of 59.7 cm and is 190cm long. The JAL Shell Flat Seat is fitted with one of the largest video monitors in business class.

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