• September 28, 2009

JAL Group Route and Flight Frequency Plan of Second Half FY2009: Revision 3

Tokyo, September 28, 2009: The JAL Group announced today, revisions to its route and flight frequency plan for its domestic passenger operations for the second half of FY2009. From January 5, 2010, the JAL Group will establish a new domestic route between Tokyo (Narita) and Okinawa.


From Narita International Airport - Japan’s main international gateway in Tokyo, JAL currently operates feeder flights to key cities namely Osaka (Kansai and Itami), Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka.


For more convenient connections of international flights to and from such key domestic points in Japan via Narita, JAL will launch the new Narita - Okinawa route and increase the flight frequency of the feeder services that connect Narita with Nagoya (Chubu), and Fukuoka from November 1, 2009, when the number of flights a day on each route will increase from 2 to 3.


Domestic Feeder Services



Date Effective

Tokyo (Narita) - Okinawa

To commence service with 1 daily flight

Jan 5, 2010

Tokyo (Narita) - Nagoya (Chubu)

Increase from 2 daily flights to 3

Nov 1, 2009

Tokyo (Narita) - Fukuoka

Increase from 2 daily flights to 3

Nov 1, 2009


JAL will continue reviewing its passenger and cargo network, and expects to make further amendments to its routes, fleet and flight frequencies. Changes will be announced when they have been confirmed.



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