Japan Airlines Announces International Network Plan through May 31, 2021
(Press Memo - For Immediate Release)
Japan Airlines (JAL) announced revisions to its international flight frequency plans through May 31, 2021.
- To reinstate scheduled nonstop service on Haneda=Moscow route from April 22, 2021
- To increase scheduled service on Haneda=Sydney route to three per week during the month of March. Starting April, to operate one of the three flights from/to Narita airport.
- To increase one-way service from Narita to Manila by adding one flight per week from April 7, 2021.
- To increase roundtrip service on Haneda=Honolulu by adding one flight per week from April 20, 2021.
About the Reinstatement of the Haneda=Moscow Route
As previously announced, the carrier planned to operate flights to Moscow Sheremetyevo airport from Tokyo Haneda starting March 29, 2020. Due to the global pandemic, the route was temporarily suspended, but will be reinstated from April 2021. Moscow`s Sheremetyevo airport is located in central Moscow and features convenient access to the city. Since 2012, the airport has received various awards for its quality and ranks high as an international airport.
Starting November 2020, JAL features a codeshare partnership with Aeroflot on the Haneda=Moscow route, which offers flexibility to passengers traveling between Russia and Japan. The two carriers aim to expand the codeshare partnership to include destinations within Russia in the near future.
The carrier will continue to review travel restrictions within each destination and update its international network plan, while asking for our customer`s understanding during this unprecedented time. The following details are for the carrier`s international network plan in FY2020. Details for FY2021 plans will be announced at a later date. Schedules are valid as of February 18 and are subject to government approvals.
For the full list of scheduled flights, refer to the attached document.
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