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January 17, 2012

JAL FY2012 Operation Changes: Planned Boeing 787 Operation

by JL
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Update at 0620GMT 17JAN12

JAL today (17JAN12) announced planned Summer 2012 Operation changes, which outlines planned Boeing 787 routes on International operation.

Details:

INTERNATIONAL
Tokyo Narita – Boston eff 22APR12 NEW 4 weekly service operated by Boeing 787, increasing to Daily from 01JUN12. This was previously announced
Tokyo Narita – Singapore eff 28OCT12 Service increases from 1 to 2 Daily, operated by Boeing 787 (See below)

Boeing 787 Operation
Tokyo Haneda – Beijing Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Singapore Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Boston (see above)
Tokyo Narita – Delhi 4 weekly (Day x146, 777-200ER on Day 2)
Tokyo Narita – Moscow Domodedovo 3 weekly (Day 146)
Tokyo Narita – Singapore Daily

Singapore service by Boeing 787 to start from September 2012, Other routes to start by late-March 2012.
Reservations for Boeing 787 flights will begin once delivery date is confirmed

DOMESTIC
Fukuoka – Hanamaki eff 25MAR12 Service Resumption, 1 Daily
Nagoya Chubu – Ishigaki eff 25MAR12 1 Daily service SUSPENDED
Nagoya Chubu – Sapporo eff 01JUL12 Increases from 4 to 5 Daily (6 Daily in Sep 2012)
Niigata – Sapporo eff 13JUL12 Service Resumption, 2 Daily
Osaka Itami – Aomori eff 25MAR12 Increases from 2 to 3 Daily
Osaka Itami – Niigata eff 25MAR12 Reduces from 4 to 3 Daily
Osaka Kansai – Okinawa 13JUL12 – 30SEP12 Peak season increases from 4 to 5 Daily
Sapporo – Aomori eff 13JUL12 Increases from 3 to 4 Daily
Sapporo – Hanamaki eff 13JUL12 Increases from 3 to 4 Daily
Sapporo – Memanbetsu eff 25MAR12 Increases from 2 to 3 Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Kitakyushu eff 25MAR12 Increases from 4 to 5 Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Kumamoto eff 01MAR12 Increases from 7 to 8 Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Okinawa eff 25MAR12 Increases from 13 to 14 Daily
Tokyo Haneda – Osaka Kansai eff 25MAR12 Reduces from 3 to 2 Daily

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