Japan Airlines Updates International Network Plans in May and in June-July,2022
As a response to the environmental changes caused by the impact of the COVID-19 infection, Japan Airlines
(JAL) announced additional revisions to its international network plans for the Seoul route in May 2022 and for
the North America, Southeast Asia, Oceania, Hawaii, and Guam route between June-July 2022 (*1).
JAL has been fully introducing the digital certificate application "VeriFLY" since October 2021 for safe and
secure overseas travel, and in March 2022, the application will be available for flights to Honolulu on a further
expanded list of routes. (*2) In addition, with the Japanese government's Quarantine Fast Track (*3) now
available for entry into Japan, we recommend the use of the Quarantine Fast Track for flights departing from
overseas to Japan. JAL will continue to provide safe and secure travel experience to all customers.
*1 The Melbourne-Guam route covers the period from June 1 to 30. Plans for Europe and East Asia routes after June are still being worked out and will be announced separately.
*2 Web site URL:https://www.jal.co.jp/jp/en/inter/verifly/
*3 Quarantine Fast Track Instructions :https://www.hco.mhlw.go.jp/fasttrack/
Key Highlight :
✓ We will further improve our network increasing the number of flights on each route, mainly in North America and Southeast Asia.
International Network Plan (May.2022)
International Network Plan (June.2022) Excluding routes not announced today.
International Network Plan (July.2022) Excluding routes not announced today.The above flight reduction rates are compared to the FY20 business plan. The above information are subject to government approvals.