Alaska Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) have announced plans to ink a codeshare agreement and a frequent flier partnership, scheduled to take effect on June 29, pending government approval.
Japan Airlines returns to DFW after a 14-year hiatus, and becomes the tenth international carrier to start service at DFW in a decade.
Ryukyu Air Commuter (Japan) signed a firm purchase agreement for five Q400 combis.
Japan Airlines has announced the return to Dallas / Ft. Worth from Tokyo-Narita, starting next November 30.
Delta Air Lines is making its Seattle - Tokyo Haneda service seasonal. We analyze the decision.
Japan Airlines is set to launch nonstop service between Osaka and Los Angeles
By Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren / Published August 28, 2014 Japan Airlines (JAL) announced orders for up to 52 regional jets on Thursday. The order includes both Embraer EJets and Mitsubishi’s new MRJ. Japan-based JAL signed a firm order with Embraer for fifteen E-Jets, split between the E170 and E190...
In this week's TGIF wrap up we've got the scoop on all of the World Cup aviation news. And lots of bad soccer jokes.
Japan Airlines Express will merge with its parent company Japan Airlines (JAL), effective October 1, 2014. The move will dissolve the regional subsidiary completely.
Five reasons why Japan Airlines is undervalued.
Japan Airlines (JAL) today announced plans to revamp their domestic fleet beginning in May of 2014 as the carrier undergoes a substantial renovation plan.
The Airbus A350 flight test program hit another milestone today as a second test aircraft, MSN3, successfully completed its first flight as program sales continue to soar.
Thank-goodness it’s Flyday…err Friday, everyone! In this week’s TGIFlyday JetStar celebrates its first 787; Spirit goes looking for good help; and JetBlue goes hard after the 'Bill' market:
In a landmark order, JAL has placed its first ever order for Airbus aircraft, ordering 31 A350 XWBs (18 A350-900s and 13 A350-1000s), plus options. Japan mainline carriers have long turned to U.S. manufacturers particularly Boeing who has had a near monopoly on the long-haul market. Airbus has only breached...